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TAKEN BY 



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AND SINGE AUGMENTED BOTH WITH DESCENTS AND ARMS. 



EDITED BT 



JOSEPH JACKSON HOWARD, LL.D., F.S.A., 

AND 

GEORGE JOHN ARMYTAGE, F.S.A. 



LONDON: 
1869. 



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At a Meeting of the Coiincil of the "Hahlbjas Society, held at 8, Danes 
Inn, London, W.O., on the 28th day* of May, 1869, the Honourable Henry 
Roper Curzon im the Chair, it was resolved that — 

"The First Publication of the Society be The Heraldic Visitation of 
London in 1568, by Robert Cooke, Clarence^ix King of Anns, to be edited by 
Joseph Jackson Howard, Esq., LL.D., F.S.A., and George John Army- 
TAOE, Esq., F.S.A/' 



A 



Prcfare* 



The Visitation contained in the following pages was taken by Robert 
Cooke, Clarenceux King of Arms in the year 1568. The copy from which 
it is transcribed forms one of the Harleian Manuscripts in the British 
Museum. It is in the handwriting of Nicholas Charles, who died in 1613, 
and the additions subsequent to that date are by William Camden, Cla- 
renceux King of Arms, who bought Charles's books at his death. It is 
impossible to draw the exact line between the original Visitation and the 
additions, but the undoubted repute in which both heralds were held who 
possessed it renders it unnecessary. 

The Editors cannot conclude these few preliminary remarks without ac- 
knowledging their great obligation to Mr. John Davidson, a member of the 
Council of the Harleian Society, to whom the Society is indebted for the 
very elaborate Index appended to the Work. 

JOSEPH JACKSON HOWARD. 
GEORGE J. ARMYTAGE. 

London, 

December 31s/, 1869. 



ILtet of petrtgmd. 



7AOB 

Albanby 48 

Alderset 32 

Allaunson of London . . 96 

Allen 6 

Allen 53 

Anes 65 

Anthony 48 

Abtby 58 

Avenon 8 

Backhouse 68 

Bacon 

Barne 25 

Barney 69 

Barnham 88 

Baron 87 

Baron 91 

Baron 94 

Beckett 31 

Beecher 9 

Benne 60 

BiLLINGSLEY 69 

BiRDE 68 

BiSTON 30 

Blanck 12 

Blount 28 

B0WR8 29 

BoxE 10 

Brabbery 65 

Braodbn 48 

Bramstone 56 

Branche 13 

Brett 47 

Browne 20 

Browne 24 

Browne 26 

Browne 62 

Bruges 79 

Bullock S2 



PA6B 

Burton 81 

Candeler 88 

Carrowe 45 

Castelyn 39 

Champion 8 

Chester 1 

Coleclooh . , . . . 62 

Colston 82 

Colston 74 

CONYERS 88 

Cooper 66 

Cordell 91 

Cosworth 16 

COWPER 83 

Dale 55 

Dale 94 

Dalton 44 

Dans 10 

Dawbney 58 

Dene 89 

DoD 22 

Dove 58 

Draper 4 

DUCKETT 7 

Dyxye 16 

Edwardes {Jarvuf) . . 48 

Egerton 17 

Erdeswicx 55 

Essex 81 

Fairfax 23 

Farrington 48 

YvBEiLD alias Lowe . . .76 

Freare 82 

Freeman 93 

Gabott 95 

Gamage 14 

Gardenor 42 

Gardnkr 87 



Pies 

Garrard 5 

Gaynsford 41 

Gilbert ...... 89 

Grange 67 

Gresham 15 

Grey 70 

Harborne 88 

Harbyb 86 

Hall 50 

Hall 50 

Harding 18 

Harding 54 

Harison 78 

Harper 4 

Hartford 37 

Harvy 13 

Hawes 7 

Haydon 78 

Heath 37 

HSTON 40 

Heton 59 

Hewbs 26 

Hill 29 

HiLLBS 50 

HODSDON 86 

HODGESON 46 

HooAN 82 

Holland 56 

Holme 84 

HoRSPoous 46 

HOSKYNS 88 

Isham 17 

Jackman 72 

Jackson 40 

Jenrenson 52 

Jenkynson 51 

Kayle give Kele . . . .70 
Kempk .10 



VUl 



LIST OF PEDIGREES. 



TAOB 

Lambert 26 

Lanoley ^ 

Lason 01 

Le Maire 93 

Le Taylor 23 

Lee 66 

Leigh H 

Leyeson 18 

LONOE 61 

LOVELL 71 

LOWEN 19 

LUCAR 49 

luddinoton 46 

Mabbe 39 

Mansbridoe 45 

Marbury 51 

Martyn 2 

Metcalfe 42 

Morgan 95 

MnscHAMP 41 

Mylles 11 

Naylour 90 

NicoLLS 66 

Offlby 64 

Okeoyer 62 

Oliph 8 

Osborne 15 

Parker 47 

Partridge 37 

Pattenson 63 

Peacock ...... 80 



PAGB 

Philipps 28 

Philipps 71 

Philipson 66 

Pierson 31 

Pipe 10 

Pope 45 

Prowze 49 

Pullison . . . .47 

Quarles 73 

Bamsey 68 

Redman 54 

Rich 27 

Rioges 65 

Rivell .51 

R1VER8 7 

Rivett 19 

Romney 88 

RowE 5 

Salkyns 22 

Sanforde 60 

Sares (S7 

Saunders 34 

Searle 00 

Sebright 14 

Shaa 77 

Skynner 86 

Smyth 21 

Smyth , 44 

Smyth . • 69 

Smythe 38 

sotherton 80 



PAGB 

Sowdeak 59 

Staper 30 

Stile 84 

Stoddard 27 

Sutton 77 

Tedcastle 73 

Thwaytes 72 

Trappes 21 

Treswell 92 

Tuck 38 

Turfket of London . . 72 
Villett alias Violet . . 73 

Walkeden 18 

Walton 57 

Wanton 62 

Warner 64 

Warren 8 

Wasse 40 

Wayer 63 

Weaver 36 

Weld »l 

White 2 

WlLKYNSON 57 

WiTTON 53 

WODROFF 12 

WOORE 71 

Wycliff 71 

YORKE 81 

Young 70 



tE'fft ^igitaton of iontjon, 

TAKEN BY ROBERT COOKE, CLARENCEUX KING OF ARMES, 
AN" DOM. 1568, AND SINCE AUGMENTED BOTH WITH 
DESCENTS AND ARMES. (Habl. MSS., No. 1463.) 



Ci)e«ter» 



Abms. I^er pale ardent and sable, a chevron engrailed between three rams* -heads 

erased, armed or, all counterchanged, within a bordure engrailed gules bezante. 
Cbest. a rani's-head couped argent, armed or. 

"William Chester of London, gent.= 



John Chester eldest sonne=== Joan da. of — Hill of London, 
of London, gent. 



Nicholas 
Chester 
1 filius. 



EUzabeth da. of=S' William 
John Turner & Chester 
wido we of Alder- Knight 



= man Beswick. 



Mayor of 
London, 
2 Sonne, 
1660,2 EUz. 



Eichard Chester now 
living 1568. 



:EHzabeth d. of Tho. Lovett of Astwell 
in com. Northt. Ar. 1 wife. 

Arms, Quarterly qf eight .— 

1. Argent, three wolves passant in pale 

sable, (LovBTT.) 

2. Mi^mine, a bordure azwre bezantSe, 

(Ttjbvillb.) 

3. Argent, a cross voided between four cross 

crosslets fitchSe gules, (BiLLiif o.) 

4. Qules, three lions passant argent, (GiF- 

FOBD.) 

6. Azure t two bendlets between six martlets 
or, (Pbaybbs.) 

6. Per pale or and azure, a chevron er- 

miTie, (JswBLL.) 

7. Argent, a ehitf indented azure, (Cbau- 

FOBD.) 

8. Argent, a cross engrailed gules, (Dbat- 

TON.) 



Thomas 
2 Sonne 

3. John. 

4. Daniel. 

5. Prancis. 



Francisca Jane wife "William = Judith da. 

wife to to Eichard Chester of 

Francis Offley, London 

Eobynson brother to sonne and 

of London Sir Tho heire. 

Grocer. OflBley. 



and coheyre 

of Anthony 

Cave of 

Chichley in 

Com. Buck. 

Ar. 



Emme wife to John 
G^ardener of 
London Grocer. 



Susanna wife to 
John Trott of 
London, Draper. 



Anthony Chester his only sonne and heyro. 



TIIE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



mmitt. 



Asms. Per Jess azure and or, a pale counterchangedi upon the first three plates each 
charged with two bars wavy vert, on the second as many lions^ heads erased yules, 
Cbest. a Uon*s head erased quartej'ly azure and or, yutte counter changed, 

S' John White, Mayor of London= 
and Grocer, ob. 9 Junij 1573. 



Eobert White of Alderahott in com.: 
Southt. eepultus 22 Maij 1599. 



Eobert White 
1 filiiis obijt 
oetatis 2 annor. 



:Marv da. of William Foster 
of London, gent, ob 21 
Julij 1583. 



Eobertus White 
2 filius obiit 
»t 1 anni. 



Mary 
8 weekes 
ould. 



. I 

Elizabeth a alij 
Elena, set 4 
annor. 



iHartpn. 



Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Argent j a chevron between three masoles sable within a 
bordure engrailed gules. 2 and 3. Oules, a Jess engrailed between three swans'^ 
heads erased argent (both for Maettn). 

Cbest. A cockatrice^ s head or^ beaked and wattled gules, between two wings expanded 
vert, 

Lawrence Martyn of Long Melford in com. Suff. gent.= 



Eichard Martyn de Long Melford= 



Boger Martyn 
1 filius. 



Lawrence Martyn=Elizabeth d. of — Cheek 



2 filius. 



of Debnham in Suff. 



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Letitia da. of Humfrey Pakington of London=S' Eoger Martyn =Elizabeth da. 



2 brother to S' John Pakington of Hampton 
Lovett in Com. Wigom. mil. 

Arms, Quarterly: — 
1 and 4. Per chevron sable and argent, in chitf 

three mullets or, in base as many garbs gules, 

2. Argent, on a Jess between six martlets gules 

three quatrefoih {ofthejield). (Washboubne.) 

3. Argent, on a bend azure three martlets or, 

(Habding.) 

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Mayor of London 
AP Dni. 1568. 



of William 
Castelyn. 



Susanna wife 
to Eobert 
Bee of Lon- 
don, gent. 



Edmond 
Martyn 
2 Sonne. 



I 

Martha 
wile to 
John 
Castelyn. 



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Humfrey = Alice da. of Mary Joane. Anne. 

Martyn Tho. Pul- wife to 

1 soune. lison of Alexander 

London. Denton. 



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THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



Ci)ampton. 



Arms. Or, on a fess gules between three trefoils slipped ermines, an eagle displayed 

of the field within a hordure engrailed azure. 
Cbest. An arm erect couped at the elbow, habited gules, charged mth three bars or, 

holding in the hand proper a rose-branch of the last. 



S' Eicliard Champion: 
Knight, Mayor of 
London, AP Dni 1565. 



=Barbara da. of — Watson of Lidington in com. 
Eotel gen. 
Abms. Argent f on a chevron engrailed azure between 

three martlets sable as mang crescents or, each 

charged with a torteau. 



abenon. 



AuMS. Ermine, on a pale gules a cross jiory or, on a chief sable a billet of the third 

within a mascle between two escallops argent. 
Ceest. a parrot's head erased vert, wings expanded per pale azture and gules, double 

collared or, holding in his beak of the third an olite-branch of the first. 



8' Alexander Avenon Bjiight,: 
Mayor of London. 



: Elizabeth da. of John Slowz. 

Abms. Or, an afess gules between three pomies 

a cinquefoiC pierced ermine between two 

martlets argent. 



Clerkin da. 
of James 
Harvy of 
London 
Alderman. 



I 

=.Alexander= 
Avenon. 
Sonne <& 
heire. 



=Margery 
da. of — 
Carre. 



J 



Alice wife to 
John Farington 
of London after 
to Tho. Black- 
well. 



I 

Joane wife 
to Thomas 
Starky of 
London. 



I I 

Thomas 
Avenon. 



I 

Anne 
mar. to 



Alexander Avenon=Mary da. of — Aldersey 
of Worcestershire, of London. 



William. Penkevell. 



Alexander. 



John. 



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William. Bobert. Mary. Margaret. Anne. 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



)^arper« 



Abms. Azure, on a fess between three eagles displayed or, a fret between two mart- 
lets of the first, 

Cbest. Upon a crescent or, charged with a fret between two martlets azure, an eagle 
displayed of thejast, 

vxor=S' William Harper =Alice d. of — Tom- =Bichard Harison 



Knight Maior of 
London. 



ejus. 

Per chevron 
gules and ar- 
gent three trrfoils slipped, 
counterchanged^ on a chief 
of the second three mart- 
lets qf the first. 



linson ob. 10 Octo- 
ber 1669. 
Chequy or and azure, 

a fess argent fretty 

gules bezants. 



of Shropshire 1 
husband. 



Beatrix Harison vnica 
filia, nupta — Prestwood. 



Braper. 



Abms. Quarterly: — 1. Argent, on a fess between three annulets gules a mullet between 
two covered cups or (Dbapeb). 2. Argent, on two chevrons between three escal- 
lops sable six martlets or (Dbapeb). 3. Ermine, on a chief azure three lions 
rampant or (Aucheb). 4. Ermine, a fess chequy sable and argent. (TJbswick.) 

Cbest. A stages-head sable attired or, charged on the neck tcith two bars between 
three annulets qf the second; a mullet for difference. 

John Draper of Flintham in com. Nottingham Ar.= 



Thomas Draper=== 
of riintham. 



— filia et hseres Anger et vxoris ejus 
filiffi et heredis Yrswik. 



J ^ 

Tho. Draper = -^ filia Ketleby. 
of Flintham. 



I 



Bobert Draper= — da. and coheyre 
2 Sonne. of — Fyfeild. 



Joh'nes Draper== — filia Mathew Draper Benett wife to 

Qunstone. of Camberwell. John Fromonde. 



I 

Elizabeth wife to 
John Bowyer. 



Thomas Draper. William Draper 



S' Christopher Draper: 
Knight 3 sonne Major 
of London 1566. 



=Margaret da. 
of Henry 
Greene of 
Essex. 



Benett wife to 
William Webbe 
of London. 



Anne wife to S' 
Wolston Dixye 
Alderman of 
London. 



I 



Brigida wife to 
Stephen Woodroff" 
of London. 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



Abms. Argenty on a chevron azure between three trefoils slipped party per pale gules 

and vert, three bezants ; in chief a crescent /or difference, 
Cbest. Qules, a stag's-head attired or, a crescent for difference. 

Reginald Bowe of Kent— 



Eobert Bowe of Kent second= 
Sonne of Benold. 



S' Thomas Bowe Knight=Mary da. of S' John 



Lord Mayor of London 
1569. 



Qresham, Knight. 



I 
John Bowe 

eldest Sonne. 



2 Sonne. 



Jlii 



William Bowe 
3 Sonne. 



> 



Abms. Argent, on afess sable a lion passant of the field, 
Cbest. A leopard sejant proper, 

Tho. Gerrard of Sittingborne in Kent= 



I 
Lawrence Gerrard= 



)im 



John Gturard of == 



'Willielmus Gtirrard de Domej = 
in com. Buk miles, Maior London 
1555. Sepult. in eccl'ia S'ci 
Magni prope pontem London. 



I 
S' Will'm. 

G-arard of 

Domey 

Knight. 



Jsabell da. of Julinus 
Nethermill of Coventry 
in com. Warr. gent. 



^Elizabeth da. 
of Tho. Bowe 
K' Lo. Mayor. 



George 
2 Sonne. 

Peter 
4 Sonne. 



S' John Garrard 
Kiii^ht Maior of 
London 3 sonne. 



I 

Anne wife to 
George Same 
Sonne and heir 
to S' Geo. 
Bame Knight. 



I 

John. 

» 

Henry. 
William. 



George. 
Garard. 



on.' 
Thomas: 

Garard 

1 Sonne 

and 

heire. 



— da. ofS' 
W- Clark 
Ejiight. 



I 

Anna. 
Juditha. 



Marfcha. 



Catarina. 



6 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



X,anjjlep» 



_ w 

AnuQ. JSrmine, on a bend vert three leopards* Jacea or, 
Cbest. a cockatrice sable, combed and wattled gules, 

John Langley of Yorkshier E8qiiier= 



WiUiam 
Langley 
1 Sonne 



Robert Langley =Emme da. of 



1 Sonne of Althorp 
in com. Lincolne. 



William More 
of Yorkshier. 



I 

Adam Langley 
2 Sonne. 



Thomas 
Langley 
2 Sonne. 



ob. B. p. — 



wmLm 

Langley. 



Joane da. of John: 
Potkyn 1 wife. 
Abms. Argent, on 
a /ess bettoeen 
three talbots 
passant gules, 
as many lo- 
zenges of the 
field. 



'm 



I 

=John Langley=Vrsula da. of W 
of London Tilsworth of London 

Alderman 3 Goldsmith widow to 
Sonne. Q-eorge Beresford of 

London letherseller. 



Thomas 
Langley. 



Francis 
Langley. 



Abms. Per f esse sable and or, a pale engrailed counterchanged, on the first three 

talbots passant or, collared gules, 
Cbest. A talbot passant sable, collared gules, ears and chain or. 



2. SibUl. 

3. Mar- 
garet. 



Joane da. of John: 
Dabome of 
Goldeford in 
Surrey vx. I. 



=S' William Allen: 
Knight Maior of 
London 1572. 



I 
Eafe 

2 Sonne. 



William Joane 1 da. wife to 
Allen Thomas Starkey of 

Sonne London Skynner. 

and heire. 



:Mary da. of Simon Long of 
the Isle of Wight vx 2. 
Abms. Sable, semS of crosses 
crosslet, a lion rampant 
argent charaed with an 
annulet toitnin a bordure 
engrailed or. 



I 



ji, 



Martha. Judith. 
Dorothy. 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



Asms. Quarterly : — 1. Sable, on a saltire argent a mullet Jbr dijfference, (Duckett.) 
2. Qules, three cushions ei'mine tasseled or, (Kebman.) 3. Qules, a lion ram- 
pant argent, charged with a fleur-de-lis sable, unthin a bordure engrailed of the 
second, (Albboboitgh.) 4. Oules, semee of crosses crosslet or, a saltire argent ; 
over all a mullet sable for difference. (Windesobe.) 

Cbest. a lavender sheaf proper, banded or, 

Mary da. of Hugh Leighton=S' LioneU Duckett= Jane da. of Humfrey Pakington 



of Leighton in com. Salop. 



George Duckett 
died young. 



Knight Maior of 
London. 



Thomas Duckett 
Bonne and heyre. 



Esq. Yx. 2. 

Arms, Quarterly : — 

1 and 4i. Per chevron sable and 
argent, in chief three mullets or, 
in base as many garbs gules, 

2. Argent, on afess between six 
martlets gules three quatrqfoils, 
(Washboubne.) 

3. Argent, on a bend azi/zre three 
martlets or, (Habding.) 



J^atoes;. 



Abms. Azure, on a chevron or three cinquefoils pierced purpure, a canton ermine, 
Cbest. Out of a ducal coronet or, a stages-head argent attired of the first, 

S' James Hawes Ejiight=Audrey da. of John Copwood. 

Maior of London. Abms. Argent, a pile in bend sable fimbriated 

and engrailed gules between two eagles dis- 
played vert. 



I 

John 
Hawes 
Sonne 
& heire. 



Margaret wife to 
John Wattes of 
London, Clothworker, 



Elizabeth wife 
to Thomas 
Wilford. 



Mary wife to John 
Smith of London, 
Mercer. 



Abms. Azure, afess engrailed argent, surmounted of another gules, charged with three 

roses of the second, 
Cbest. Out of a bunch of reeds vert, a demi swan with wings expanded argent, 

ducally gorged or. 



S' John Eivers Ejiight Mayor of= 
London (in 1573). 



:Elizabeth da. of S' Gteorge Bame of 
London Knight. 

Arms, Quarterly: — 

1 and 4. Argent, on a chevron engrailed azure 
three trefoils or, between as many Cornish 
chouglis sable, 

2 and 3. Argent, on afess engrailed sable arose 
between two fi€urs'de-lis argent between three 
greyhounds* heads erased sable collared or, ■ 



John Eivers 3 Henry. . 5 William. 
2 Sonne. 4 Bichard. 



George Rivers Edward 
eldest. Sonne 6 sonne. 



1 Alice. 

2 Elizabeth. 

3 Dorothy. 



8 THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



WBaxxm. 



S' Thomas "White Mayor of London= Joane da. and heire=S'^ Rafe Warren 



and founder of Saint J ohn's College of John Lake of 
in Oxford, 2 husband. London. 



Knight twise Mayor 
of London 1 husband. 



Eichard Warren Esq. = Elizabeth eldest da. Joane maried to S' Henry Wil- 
sonne and heire sst 30 of S' Koland Haward liams al's. Cromwell of Ilinchin- 
Annor. Knight Mayor of brok in Com. Hunt. ob. 8 Octob. 

London. 1572. Sepult. in 8* Benet Sherhog 

in London. 



Oliuer Cromwell 2 Rob't. Joane 

Sonne and heire. 3 Henry. a daughter. 

4 Richard. 



4^ltpi)* 



Abms. Per pale and chevron or and sable, three greyhounds* -heads erased counter- 

changed, collared argent, 
Cbest. a cockatrice's head erased quarterly, argent and sable, beaked, combed, and 

wattled or, 

John Oliph of Foxgrave in= Joane da. of William Eves. 



com. Kantij Ar. Alderman 
of London. 



Asms. Per pale sable and gules, 
a double-headed eagle displayed 
within a bordure engrailed 
argent. 



Joane daughter and heyre maried to 
John Leigh of Addington in Surrey. 

.r i n \. 

Olive Lee. Anne. Elizabeth. Catherine. 

Malen. Joan. 



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THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



9 



r 

J 



Beetjiet; 



Abms. Vair gules and argent, -on a canton or a stages head caboshed sable, 
Cbest. a demi'lion erased argent, girded round the waist unth a ducal coronet or. 



Henry Beecber of London Alderman: 
uxor ejus 2 da. Her coate was Q on 
a bend A betwene 6 martlets ar. a 
lions bead erased gules, on tbe top 
of y® bend, p' name Q-ittins. 



:Alice d. of Thomas Heron 

of Croydon 1 wife. 

Abms. Quarterlg: — 1. Gules^ a chevron 
engrailed between three herons staiant 
argent, beaked and legged or, 2. Ar- 
gent, two bends and in chief a cross 
rrosslet gable. 3. Argent, afess gules 
between three boars heads couped sable. 
4. Argent^ a chevron engrailed gules 
between three bugle-horns sable. 



2. Edward 
Beecber. 

3. Vane 
Beecber. 

4. William. 



Henry Elizabeth, 
Beecber wife to Cle- 
sonne and ment Kelk 
beyre. of London. 

5. Bartbolmew. 



2. Mary. 3. Margaret. 4. Mabel. 



Baton. 

Arms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Oules, on a chief argent two mullets sable. 2 and 3. 

Barry of six or and azure, a bend gules, over all a mullet for difference. 
Crest. A boar passant ermine, charged unth a mullet fo-r difference. 

John Bacon of Drinkeston in com. Suff. Esq.= 
descended of S' Edmond Bacon of Essex that 
maried Margery da. and beyre of Quaplade. 



Eobert Bacon sonne: 
and beyre. 



Jsabell d. of John Cage of Perken- 
bam in Suff. 



John Bacon 
2 sonne. 



Thomas 
Bacon 
1 sonne. 



Mary da. of : 
John Gardner 
of Grove 
Place in com. 
Buck. Esq. 



: James Bacon 3 = 
Sonne Alderman 
of London mar- 
ried to bis 3 wife 
Anne da. of 
Humphry Pak- 
ington widow of 
Alderman Jack- 
man. 



:Margaret da. of W°* Eaw- 
lins of London Grocer 
widow of Richard Gold- 
ston of London salter. 
Per pale sable and argent, 
on afess between three 
martlets as many cres- 
cents^ all counterchanged. 



Sir Nich« 

Bacon 

Kt2s. 



Anne married to John 
Eivett of Bramston 
. in com. Suff. gen. 



James Bacon 
I sonne. 



illii 



William Bacon 
2 sonne. 



t 



10 



TIIE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



BBane* 



« 



Aems. Or, a chevron engrailed azure hetween three hinds passant gules. 
CuEST. A wolf statant argent, 

John Dane of Stortford in==Alice d. of — Peppercorne. 
com. Hertf. gent. 



i 



I 

William Dane of 
London Alder- 
man. 



I 

John Dane 
died young. 



:Margaret da. of Edmond Kempe 
of London, Mercer. 

Arms^ Quarterly of six : — 

1. Gules, three garbs or, 

2. Argent, three crescents gules. 

3. Argent, two chem*ons sable. 

4. Sable, a lion rampant argent. 

5. Sable, three bars argent, on a can- 

ton gules a saltireofthe second, 

6. Ermine, a bend ehequg sable and 

argent. 



Eleanor married 
to — Swanne of 
E88ex.= 



)nn 



John Swanne. 



Arms. Azure, a lion passant argent, hetween three griffins^ heads erased or, 
William Boxe Esq. Alder-=Anno da. of Henry Philippe of 



man of London. 



William Boxe 
Bonne and heyre. 



London haberdasher. 



1 



Edward 
2 Sonne. 



Thomas 
3 Sonne. 



Martha maried to Robert 
Fourth alias Ford. 



^tpe* 



Abms. Azure, afess and two bars gemelles between six cross crosslets or. 
Chest. A demi-pegasus, wings expanded argent, 

Eichard Pipe of Bil8ton=Margaret da. of Wakelyn of 



in com. Staff, gent. 



Derbyshire. 



II 

Joh'nes 
Pipe 
sonno & 
heyre. 

John 
Pipe 3 
Sonne. 



.1 

Bichard 
Pipe 2 
Sonne Al- 
derman of 
London. 



Elizabetha 


Joane wife of 


da. of • 


Bichard 


Humfrey 


Boylston of 


Luce of 


Newton in 


London. 


Darby shire. 



Bose marr. 
to Henry 
Spercy of 
Klent in 
Staffordsbier. 



Alice mar- 
ried to 
James Ducy 
of Stafford- 
shier. 



Humfrey 
Pipe oldest 
Sonne. 



Bichard 
Pipe 2. 



Evan David 
Pipe Pipe 

3 Sonne. 4 sonne. 



Samuel 
Pipe 
5 Sonne. 



Margaret. Susan. 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



11 



iHplle«* 



Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Ermine, a millrind sable, 2. Per pale gules and 
azure, three lions rampant ermine. 3. Or, a saltire sable between four cherries 
within a bordure engrailed of the second. 

Cbest. a lion rampant or. 



My lies of the Cjty of: 
London A^ D'ni 1568. 



: — his wife d. of — Merry. 

Arms. Gules, on afess en- 
grailed between three water 
bougets erminois as many 
crosses paitSes sahle. 



iCetsi). 



Arms. Gules, a cross engrailed argent, in the dexter chief a lozenge, 
Cbest. A unicornis head couped or, 

— Legh== — d. to — TrafTord. 



Sir Thomas Leiglp 
Mayor of London 
AP Dni 1558. 



: Alice da. of John Eoger. 

Barker al's Gery de s. p. 

com. Salop de Wol- 

lerton. 

Abms. Azure two bars argent, 

in chief a griffin s head 

erased or, between two 

pheons of the last. 



WilFs Leigh 
de Shawell in 
com. Leic. 



=Eliz. da. of 
Jo. Harper 
and Marga- 
ret his wife 
da. of John 
Bromley. 



Catharina =Roland=Margoria Sir Tho.=Catarine, S' Willi- =France8 



filia Ricar- 
di Barkley 
militis 
ux2. 



Leigh. 



da. of Tho. Leigh of da. of SV am Leigh 



Lowe of 

London 

vyntcr. 



Thomas 
Leigh. 



Stonley Jo. Spen- of Kinges 
in com. ser of Newen- 
Warr. Worm- ham in 

leyton. co. Warr. 
Knight. 



Elizabetha 
married to 
Hanmer of 
Boughton 
in com. 
Flint. 



da. of S'^ 

James 

Haring- 

ton of 

Exton 

Knight. 



Sir Francis= — da. of S^ Thomas 



I 

Mary 
mar. to 
Robert 
Andrewes 
of London 
after to 
Michael 
Cobbe.= 



Leigh 

Knight 

1(510. 



Egerton Lo. 
Chancellor of 
England. 



Alex'r 

Cobbe 

&Tho- 

masin 

Cobbe. 



ich 



Richard 
Leigh 2 
Sonne 
ob. 8. p. 



. .1. 

Wmifride 
maried to S' 
Q-eorge Bond 
Mayor of 
London.=== 



William 
Sonne & 



Bond 
heyre. 



Catarine mar. 
to Edward Ba- 
ber, Sergeant 
at Lawe of So- 
mer8etshire.= 

n . 

Francis Baber. Thomas Cony. 



Alice wife of 
Tho. Cony 
of com. 
Lincolne- 

ar. = 

I 



Elizabeth 

Andrewes 

wife of 

Anthony 

Bartellett 

Counsellor 

at Law.= 



I 

John 
Bartlett 
Sonne <& 
heyre. 



Mary ma- 
ried to 
Thomas 
Powell. === 



Anthony Powell. 



12 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



aeotirofr. 



Arms. Quarterly ; — 1 and 4. Oules, on a chevron (argent) three bucks* heads erased 
(sable), a chief per fess nebulee (sable and argent). 2 and 3. Sable, a Jess 
ermine between two lions passant giMrdant argent. 

Crest. A dexter arm embowed, habited with leaves vert, holding in the hand a branch 
of honeysuckle, all proper, 

David Wodroff of London =Elizabeth da. of John Hill 



Esq. and Sherif of the same 
City 1554. 



of London gent. 



Elizabeth 
maried to 
George 
Stonhouse 
of London 
Esq. 



Margaret 
maried to 
Anthony 
Pargitor 
of London 
Haberdasher. 



I 



Wodroff 
2 son. 



I 

Christopher 
Woodroff. 



of S"^ 
Xpofer 
Draper of 
London 
Knight. 



Wodroff 
Esquier 
Alderman 
of London. 



Stephen =Brigett da. Nicholas =Q-risild da. of Stephen 
" " ' ' ~ Kyrton late Alder- 

man of London. 
Arms, Quarterly: — 

1. Argent, a fess and in 
chief a chevron gules, 

2. Argent, a crescent 
within a bordure 
sable. 

3. Per pale or and gules, 
a fess between three 
leopards* heads coun- 
terchanged, 

4. Argent, a fess between 
three hawks* hoods gules. 



I I 
Eob't 

3 Sonne 



Q-race 
maried to 
Kichard 
Baynes. 



David 
Wodroff. 
Sonne & heyre. 



Robert 
Wodroff 
2 Sonne. 



Stephen 
Wodroff 
3 Sonne: 



Mary. 



Jane. 



1 



^ 



\ 



Arms. Per fess sable and ermine a pale cowiterchanged, on the first three demi-lions 

rampant or. 
Crest. A dragon^s head couped vert, collared and chained argent, holding in the 

mouth a firebrand of the Uist flamed proper, 

Thomas Blanck of Guilford in the County of Surr. gent.= 



Thomas Blanck of London. = 



S' Thomas Blanck Knight Lord: 
Maior of London obijt s. p. 



:Margaret da. to Bichard Travcs 
Marchantaylor London ob. s. p. 
Arms. Argent^ a saltire between four 
butterflies volant sable. 



■^ 



1 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



13 



^Wtt}^. 



Arms. Or, on a chevron between three leopards* heads aules a crescent of the field. 
Crest. A leopard passant argent spotted sable, ducatly gorged and chained or, re- 
fiexed over back. 

William Harvy gent.=Elizab. da. of — Lecrofte. 



Thomas Harvy 
Sonne and 
heyre. 



I 

Sebastian. 
Harvy sonne 
and heyre. 



James Harvy, 2: 
Sonne Esq. and 
Alderman of 
London. 



:Agnes d. of Sebastian 
G-ens of Antwerp. 
Abms. Ovt three fleurs- 
de-lis sable, on a can- 
ton qf the field three 
martlets within a bor- 
dure argent. 



Alice marr. to James 
Batkyn of Staff. 

Margaret marr. to 
John Vnderwood of 
Domaston. 



James Harvy. 
2 sonne. 

William 3 sonne. 



Elizabeth. 



I 
Clerkyn. 



Agnes. 



3Brant|)e« 

Arms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4i. Argent, a lion rampant gules, debruised by a hendlet 
sable. 2 and 3. Gule^, a jess voir, in chief an unicorn passant between two 
mullets or. (Wilkinson.) 

Cbest. Out of a ducal coronet or a cockatrice^s head azure beaked or, combed and 
wattled gules, 

John Branche of Norff. E8q.=== — da. of — Larke. 



I 

John Branche Esq.=Joane da. and heyre of John 

Wilkinson of London Alderman. 
Arm8. Gules, afess voir, in chirfan unicorn 
passant between two mullets or. 



Ellen da. = 
of William 
Nicolson 
of London, 
gent. vx. 
2. 



:S' John 
Branche 
sonne and 
heyre 
Knight 
Alder- 
man and 
Mayor of 
London. 



=Ellen da. and heyre of Fran- 
cis Hamden Esq. vx. 1. 
Arms, Quarterly: — 

1 and 4. Argent, a saltire gules 
between four eagles displayed 
azure. 

2 and 3. Or, a chirfand three 
piles wavy meeting in base gules. 



Mary marr. 
to William 
TJvedall. 



to Eichard 
Stonley one 
of the Tellers 
of the 
receipte. 



A daughter who died w^^out issue. 



14 THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



<^amage« 



Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Ardent, a lend lozengy yules, on a chief azure three 
escallops or, 2 and 3. Oules fretty vair, (Hobne.) 

John Q-amage of Coytiff in the County of Glamorgan gent.= 



"William Q-amage his sonne and heyre ==Thoma8in da. and coheyre of Edw. ^ 



of Wesenham in com. NorfF. Gent. 



Home of Wesenham in Norff. 



Anthony Qamage Esq. Alderman=Alice da. of — Symonds of 



of London. 



Redinge. 
Abms. Per pile or atid gules, 
two vols paleways counterchanged. 



William Gamage sonne and heyre. 



defjrtfljt 



Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Argent, three cinguefoils sable, 2, Azure, six hezants, 
three, two, and one. (Btsett.) 3. Or, a saltire gules surmounted by a fess 
sable, (Ashe.) 

Cbest. An heraldic tiger sejant argent, tufted and ducally crowned or. 

Edward Sebright of Blakeshall in the County of Worceter gent as apeareth 
most manifestly vpon the deliberate \'iew and p'vsing of sundry very fayre and 
auntient deedes, charters and records of great creditt and authority is lineally 
descended of the body of Peter Sebright of Sebrights hall in the County of Essex 
Esq. w*** Peter also descended of the body of S' Walter Sebright of Sebrightes hall 
Knight who Ivued in the tyme of the reigne of King Henry the second, W^** name 
and family of the Sebrightes as evidently apeareth by most auncient recordes 
beareth Silver 3 Cinquefoyles sable pierced of the field. And also as most evidently 
apeareth by a most fayre and auncient deede bearing date at Sebrightes hall the 
Tewesday next after the feast of S* John Baptist in the 22 yeare of the raigne , 

of King Edward the first the sayd S' Walter did lineally descend of the body of 
One of the heyres generaU of Manserus Bysett a Baron sewer to King Henrv the 
first, w^ Manserus Bisett I do fynde as well by the auncient recordes of my OflBce 
as by the sight of an ould deede, made by the said Manserus and sealed with his 
Seale of Armes did beare Azure 6 besantes gould, And I do also fynde by view of 
another auncient deede that in the reigne of King Henry the second William 
Sebright of Sebrightes hall married Elizabeth the daughter and sole heyre of Sir 
Henry de Ashe Knight w^*^ S' Henry I do also fynde by the said auncient recordes 
did beare, Gould a saltier goules a fess Sables, \ 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



15 



Abms. Quarterly, : — 1 and 4. Quarterly ermine and azure, a cross or. 2. Argent, two 
■bars yules, on a quarter of the second a cross of the first; in chief a crescent of 
the last for difference, 3. Argent, a chevron vert between three annulets gules, 
Cbest. An heraldic tiger passant or, tufted and maned sable, charged with an ogress, 

S' Edward Osborne Knight Cloth- = — his wife daughter of -^ Hewett.LUb^\*^D.>^o\^V«^^ij5^ 
worker & Mayor of London. Abmb. Azure, on a fess flory counterflory ^^^^^ 



between three lions passant argent as many 
lapmngs proper. 






<^re«i)am^ 



Abms. Argent, a chevron ermine between three mullets pierced sable, 
Cbest. On a mound a grasshopper vert, 

John Gresham of Gresham in com. Norff.= 



James Qresham of Hoult=Margery da. of William Billingford 



in Norff. 



of Blackford in Norff. 



John Gresham sonne & heyre.=Alice da. of — Blythe. 



ilL 



William Gresham 
2 Sonne. 



S' John Gresham 
4 Sonne and he 
maried Mary da. 
& heyre of Ipswell. 



I 

S' Bichard=AudreT da. 

Gresham 

K*2 



Sonne. 



Auarey 
of — Lynne 
of North- 
amptonshier. 



I 



.11 

1 William Gresham Margery 

Eldest Sonne died maried 

without heyres male, to — 

— 'K.ms of 

Thomas Gresham London, 
a preist 3 sonne. 



MM. 

Mary wife to S' Tho, 
Rowe of London. 

Vrsula maried to 
Thomas Leyeson. 

Cecily maried to 
German Sy oil. 

Ellen maried to William 
Vuedall of Hampshier. 

Elizabeth maried to 
John Elyott. 



I I 
William 

Gresham 

1 sonne. 

John 

2 sonne. 



I 

Edmond 
Gresham 
3 sonne 
mercer of 
London. 

Joane 

eldest 

da. of 

Augustin 

Hynde 

Alderman 

of London. 

I 



S' John 

Gresham 

eldest 

sonne 

Knight. 

Frances 
da. of — 
Thwaytes 
of York- 
shire. 



S' Thomas Gresham 
Ejiight 2 sonne A 
gent of Flandros for 
the Queenes Mat^ 
and founder of the 
royall exchange in 
London. 

Anne da. of Willm 
Femley of West 
Creting in Suff. 

Abms. Or, on a bend 
vert three stags* heads 
caboshed argent. 



Wcki 



Bichard Gresham Anne, 
sonne & heyre. 



Elizabeth maried to S' 
Henry Neyill Knight. 



Bichard Gresham his only 
sonne who died young. 



16 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



3Bp^e. 



Arms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Azures a lion rampant and a chief or. 2 and 3. Argent^ 

a saltire engrailed between four escallops sable. 
Cbest. a lynx sejant argent^ ducally gorged or, 

S' Wolston Dyxye=Aiina daughter of S" Xpofer Draper of London, 
Knight Maior of Kjiight and Mayor. 



London died 
w%ut issue 
A« D°i 1593. 



Arms, Quarterly .— 

1. Argent, on afess between three annulets gules a mullet 

argent between two covered cups or. (Dbapbb.) 

2. Argent, on two chevrons between three escallops sable 

SIX martlets or, (Dsafeb.) 

3. Ermine, on a chirf azure three lions rampant or, 

(AUCHEB.) 

4. Ermine, afess chequy sable and argent, (Ebswice.) 



Arms. Argent, on a chevron between three falcons* wings azure five bezants, 
Cbest. A wyvem's head couped azure, putfled or, langued gules, 

John CoBWorth of Cosworth in the County of Comwall.= 



John Cosworth sonne & heyre.= 



>hn 



John Cosworth sonne & heype.= 

I 

Symon Cosworth sonne & heyre of John.= 



I 



Eobert Cosworth sonne &= — da. of John Wolvedon of 



heyre of Simon. 



Woluedon in Cornwall. 



Nicnolas = 

Cosworth 

eldest 



sonne. 



John Cosworth Esq. 2 sonne Mercer 
of London for that ne lived after the 
death of his nephew John is heyre 
masle to the howse of Cosworth. 



= Dorothy da. of S' 
William Lock of 
London Alderman. 
Abms. Perfess azure 
and or, a pale coun- 
terchanged, on the 
first three falcons 
rising, holding in 
their beaks a padlock 
qfthe second. 



Catarine his da. <& 
heyre maried to 
John Arundell of 
Trerise in Cornwall. 



John Cosworth. 

Elizabeth da. of 
Okinhorne. 



Thomas Cosworth 
sonne and heyre. 



Nicholas Cosworth 
4 sonne. 



John Cosworth 2. William Cosworth 

— 5 sonne. 

Edward Cosworth 3 sonne. 



/ 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



17 



€serton«. 

Abms. Quarterly : — 1. Sable, a chevron bettoeen three pheons ardent 2. Ermine, a 
feMQulee, fretty or, 8. Argent, a chevron between three toater-bougets eable. 
4. Tirty a chevron between three talbots passant argent, 

Cbest. a stages head erased or, 

William Egerton Esq. descended of a younger= — daughter of — Welbeck 



bowse of i^erton of Wrinebill in Chesbier. 



of London. 



William Egerton 
1 Sonne. 



Tbomas Egerton: 
Mercer of 
London. 



= Anne da. of — Langton of Hartfordsbire 

wbo was of tbe bowse of Langton of 

Torksbier. 

Abhs. Argent, three chevrons gules. 



I 

Timotby Lionell 

Egerton Egerton 

eldest Sonne. 2 sonne. 



Tbomas 
Egerton 
3 Sonne. 



Sandall. 4. 
Stepben. 5. 
Artnur. 6. 



I . I 

Mary 1 da. maried Anne 

to Jobn Wedgwood. 2 daughter. 



Abms. Chiles, three piles wavy meeting in base or, over all a /ess of the second. 
AirOTHEB. Cfules, three piles ^wavy, meeting in the f ess point, and afess wavy argent, 
Cbest. A demi-swan wings endorsed argent, gutte de larmes, 

William Isbam of Pite8ley=Ellen da. of — Vere of 



descended as beyre male of 
tbe bowse of Isbam in 
com. Northampton. 



Adington in com. 
p'dict Esq. 



I 
Ewseby Isbam sonne and beyre: 

of Wifliam. 



=Anne da. of Giles Powlton of 
Desborow in com. Northt. gent. 



I 

Qiles l8bam=: 
1 sonne. 



I 

Anne. 
Jane. 
Margery. 



I I 

Bobert Gregory 3 sonne 
a clerk late of London 
2 sonne Marchaunt and 
since of Bram- 
stone in tbe 
county of 
Northampton. 



John Ishdm 4=Eliz. da. Henry 
sonne of Lam- of Ni- 5 sonne 



portal's. Lang- 
port in com. 
Northampton 
Esq. and also 
Mercer of 
London. 



cholas controller 
Barker for the 
of Lon- Custome 
don. inwards 

to 

Queene 

Eliz. 



I ^ I 

Ewseby Isbam ] | | 

only sonne and Thomas Isbam 1 sonne. Anne 1 da. Elizabeth 2 
beyre. — 

Henry 2. 

Bichard 3. 



Robert 4. 



18 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



WiBi^tim. 



Abms. Argent, a chevron engrailed between three griffin^ heads erased azure, on a 

chief of the last an anchor or between two bezants. 
Cbest. a griffin* s head erased quarterly argent and vert, beaked, ducally gorged, and 

ears or. 

John WaJkeden of Stone in=Joane da. of Henry Slane. 
com. Staff. Esq. of Wil. aforesaid. 



Geffrey Walkeden = 
Skynner of London 
he married to bis 
2 wife Anne da. of 
Tho. Huchyns. 



Margaret da. of 
John Loker of 
Bridgenorth. 



I 
Sampson 2 sonne. 

Thomas 3. 



"William a clerk 
4 Sonne. 



Margery maried 
to Edw. Bayliff 
of Newcastle 
vnder Lyne. 



Thomas Walkeden 
Sonne and heyre 



I 



Eobert Walkeden 
2 Sonne. 



I 

Anue. 



J^artring. 



[Abms. Argent, on a bend azure three martlets or, on a sinister canton of the second 

a rose or, between two fleurs-de-lis of the field. 
Cbest. A demi-antelope proper, homed or, holding in his paws an anchor reversed.] 

=Bobert Harding Alderman & Sheriff of London had 2 wifes.= 



Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Azure, a fess nebule argent and sable, between three 
leaves or. 2 and 3. Argent, a chevron gules between three cinquefoils pierced sable, 
Cbest. A goafs head erased argent, attired or, 

Nicholas Leveson of London=Dennis da. of — Bodley. 
gent. 



Thomas Leveson 
1 Sonne. 



William Leveson= 
2 Sonne Mercer 
of London. 



Eleonor a daughter. 



:Barbara da. of Robert 

Chapman of Stone in 

Kent. 

Arms. Ter chevron ar^ 
gent and gules a cres- 
cent counterchanged. 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



19 



Asms. Quarterly: — 1 and 4. Quarterly per Jess embattled or and azure^ three 
stags* heads caboshed counterchanged, 2 and 3. Per chevron flory counterfiory 
argent and gules, three martlets counterchanged. 

Cbest. a stag statant quarterly, per pale indented or and azure, the sinister horn of 
the first, the dexter of the last, 

John Lowen of G-erpinB= Joane da. of John Plominer 



al's. Q-erbeviles Esq. 



of London Draper. 



I 

John Lowen= 
1 Sonne 
Draper of 
London. 



=Sibill da. of S' Wil- 

liam Allen of London 

Elnight. 

Abms. Per f ess sable 
and or, a pale en-' 
grailed counter- 
changed, on the first 
three talhots passant 
sable, collared gules. 



I 

Thomas 
Lowen 
2 Sonne. 



I 

Margery 1 da. 
maried to 
John Howe 
of London. 



Elizabeth first 
maried to 
Thomas Majatt 
and after to 
W" Sherington 
of London 
Haberdasher. 



3eitbett. 

Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Argent, three bars sable, in chief as many trivets of the 

last, 2 and 3. Per pale argent and sable, on a chevron between three lozenges, 

as many martlets, all counterchanged, 
Cbest. An arm erect, couped at the elbow, per pale argent and sable, cuffed per pale 

of the second and first, holding in the hand proper a sword broken of the first, 

the handle of the second, hilt and pommel or, 

Thomas Rivett of Stow Markett= Joane da. — Eaven of Needom 



in Suff. Esq. 



inSuff. 



James Qrisild da.= 
Eivett of Will°> 
1 Sonne Lord Fagett. 
Abms. 1 and 4. 
Sable on a cross en- 
grailed between four 
eagles displayed ar- 
gent, five lions paS' 
sant of the field, 2 
and 3. Two bars 
and on a canton gules 
a cinqurfoil or. 



Thomas Eivett = 
2 Sonne of Chip- 
penham Cam. 
brigeshier, also 
Citizen &, Mercer 
of London who 
fined for his 
shrivalty 1566. 



: Alice eldest da. 
of S' John 
Cotton of 
Landwade in 
Cambridgeshier 
his 1 wife. 



I 
John 

Eiyett 

3 Sonne. 

William 
Eivett 

4 Sonne. 



Mirabell 1 da. 



Mirabell 
maried to 
W^Birde 
of Lon- 
don. 



Alice 2 da. 



20 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Ardent, a chevron between three cranes eable. 2 and 2. 

Sable, seme of crosses patteejltchee, a lion rampant or. 
Crest. An heraldic tiger azure, tufted or, 

John Browne of Bekon8feilde= — daughter of John Stoke 



J 



in com. Buck. 



of Carleton in com. Bedf. 



»iin 



John Browne sonne and= — da. of Nicholas Bally 



\ 



heyre. 



of Bomford in Essex. 



I 



Bobert Browne sonne and= 
heyre of John 



da. of William Oardiner. 



>hn 



John Browne, gent. == Alice da. and one of the heyres of 

Henry Tillesworth. 



Bobert Browne : 
of London 
sonne and heyre 
of John 



-Margaret da. of John Thomas = 
Lucas of Halden and Browne 

cosin and heyre of 2 sonne. 

— Lucas. 

Arms, Quarterly:^ 

1. Argent, afess between six 

annulets sable, 

2. Azure, afess between three stags 

statant argent, (Hilles.) 

3. Argent, two talbots courant 

gules, (Pbkne.) 

4. Sable, fretty or, a martlet for 

difference', (Brackenbt.) 

5. Sabley a chevron or between three 

daggers erect argent. (Bailnall.) 

6. Qules, two bars and an orU of 

martlets or, (Paiksll.) 



= A lice da. of 
Thomas 
Cbapman 
aPs Chapell. 



I 

Thurstan Browne. 



I 

Margaret. 



Mirabel! 



L 



\ 



Elizabeth 
maried to 
Thomas 
Tedwaye. 



1 

Dorothy maried 


Jane mar. 


William — Anne da. of 


Thomas 


to Eobert 


to Will" 


Browne 


Thurstan 


Browne 2. 


Trappes of 
London gent. 


Salkyns 


Sonne 


Collier of 


— 


of London, 


and 


Staffordshier. 


Mary. 




gent. 


heyre. 




Hester. 



'1 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



21 



Sbttt^tt^^ 



Abmb. Or, an a chief sable a lion passant of the first 
Cbest. An heraldic tiger ermine, maned and tufted or, 

Eandolf Smyth of Eatsclale==Margaret da. of Hamer. 
in com. LancastriaB. 



.1 

Bichard Smyth Citizen and=Margaret da. of Anthony Creede 



Fishmonger of London. 



of Wiltfihier. 



Thomas Smyth sonne and heyre. 



Crappeis^ 



Abms. Q^arterly : — 1 and 4. Argent, three caltrops sable. 2 and 3. Azure, a 

chevron between three crosses pattSe or, 
Cbest. A man^s head couped at the shoulders, attired gules, garnished or, on the head 

a steel helmet, all proper, surmounted by a plume of three feathers argent, 

!■* wife==Eobert Trappes Citizen and=Joane da. of 



G-ouldsmith of London. 



— Crippes. 



Philip 
maried 
to S* 
George 
Gifibrd 



Robert =Dorothy da. of Eobt. Browne 



I 



Trappes 
Citizen 
and 

Mercer 
of Lon- 
don. 



Francis Trappes 
2 sonne duxit 
Franciscam filiam 
Bawde de com. 



of London, gent. 

Arms, Quarterly of eight : — 
1. Aroent, a chevron between _ 

tnree cranes sable. (Bbowkb.) Liii(» (yj^ \\ 2<i 

^" ^tir'JltlTJll^tt duxit Annaia 
Jitcnee, a iton rampant or. 

(TiLLSSWOBTH.) 

3. (Lucas.) 4. (Hillbs.) 
5. (Fbnkb.) 6. (Bbaokbnby.) 
7. (Bailnal.) 8. (Painbll.) 
See Browne pedigree, p. 20. 



Joyce first 
maried to 
— Saxy 
after to — 
Frankelyn. 



filiam Burnham 

^ 

de Elnaresborough. 



I 

Bobert 
Trappes 
1 sonne. 

Bobert 

sine 

prole. 



I 
2 Bowland ' 

maried Fr. 

Haile d. of 

Will. Haile 

died sans 

issue Sheriff 

of Surry 

1616. 



I 



3 Boger. 4 Bafe. 
Boger. 5 Giles. 

6 Andrew. 



Dorothy 
wife of 
Pie, and 2 
of Atkinson 
of Oubom. 



Joane 1 daughter 
by his first wife. 

Frances 2 daughter 
by his first wife. 

Mary 3 da. by his 
2 wife. 



22 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



dalltps;. 



Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4i. Or, two bars between three martlets sable, 2 and 3. 

Oules, a chevron argent^ between three trefoils slipped ermine, 
Cbest. a lynx, sable. 

Stephen Salk^s of Caiiterbui7= Joane da. of Thomas Elgdon of 



in com. Cantij. gent. 



Kent. 



I 



Thomas Salkyns =A^eB da. of Richard Meade of Buckingham and of his 



Sonne and heyre. 



wife da. of Nicholas Fowntajne of Buckingham. 



I 

William Salkyns 1 sonne= Jane da. of Bobert Browne of 



marchantaylor of 
London. 



London gent. 

Arms, Quarterly qf eight : — 

1. Argent, a chevron between three 

cranes sable, (Bbowkb.) 

2. SahJ-e, semi of crosses pattSefiichS, 

a lion rampant or, (Tillbswobth.) 

3. (Lucas.) 4. (Hilles.) 

5. (PbNNB.) 6. (BBA.CKBNBY.) 

7. (Bailkal.) 8. (Painell.) 

See Browne Pedigree, p. 20. 



Mary maried to 
Henry Osmond 
of Vplumnon in 
Devonshier and 
had issue Agnes 
and Hester. 



^bert Salkyns 
1 Sonne. 



I 

2 John. Margaret. 

8 Thomas. Yrsula. 



I 



I 



Agnes. Hester. 



filius 
s.p. 



\ 



Abms. Argent, on a f ess gules between two cotises wavy sable three crescents or, 
Cb£ST. a serpent azure, issuing from and piercing a garb argent, 

Dayid Dod of Edge in com. Cestr.==Catarine da. of Nicholas Manley 

of Powlton. 



Anne 
Ida. 

Elizabeth 
2 da. 

Eandolf 
Dod 

Sonne and 
heyre. 



I 
John 

Dodd 

2 Sonne. 

David 

3 Sonne. 



Bartholmew=Elizabeth 



Dod 4 Sonne 
Haber- 
dasher of 
London. 



Thomas Dodd Elizabeth. 

1 Sonne. — 

— Martha. 

Bartholmew — 

2 Sonne. Susan. 



da. of 

George 

Dalton of 

London 

Q-oldsmith. 

Abms. Azure, 
semSe qf 
crosses 
erosslet ar- 
gent, a lion 
rampant 
guardant 
qfthe last. 



Francis 
6 Sonne 
citizen 
& haber- 
dash' of 
London 
maried 
Mary 
da. of 
George 
Dalton 
of London 
gouldsmth. 



I 

Philip : 

Dodd 
7 Sonne 
citizen 
& haber- 
dasher 
of Lon- 
don. 



=Eliz. 
da. of 
John 
Van- 
hoult 
ofAnt- 
werp. 



George Dodd 2 
1 Bonne. 



I 

Nathaniel. 



I 



Dayid Dodd. 



"William. 
8 Sonne. 

Boger 
6 Sonne. 

Jane 

3 da. 

Catarine 

4 da. 



I I. 

3 Edmond. Catarine. 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



23 



dfairfa^* 



Abmb. Argent, a lion rampant sable, surmounted hy three hars gemelles gules, 
Cbest. a lion's head erased sable, changed with three bars gemelles and a mullet in 
chief or. 

Jolin Faurefax of Lincoliisliier= Anne da. of — Wooddis of 



descended of a younger howse 
in Torksliier. 



I 
WiUiam 

Fairfax. 

1 Sonne. 

a daughter. 



Sussex. 



I 



2 Sonne 



I 



George Humfrey =Brigett d. of 



Fairfax 
citizen & 
grocer of 
London. 



I 

Margaret. 



Thomas 
4 Sonne. 



Thomas Kighley 

of London gent. — 

Asms. Argent, a Sichard 

fess sable, in dexter 6 sonne. 

chiqfan annulet 

gules. 



I 

Frances 
mariedto 
John Brad- 
ley of 
Lowthin 
com. Lin- 
colne. 



%.z Caplor* 



Aems. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Sahle, a lion passant argent. 2. Or, a lion rampant 
guardant gules, collared argent, 3. Argent, a chevron gules between three eagles 
displayed sable. 

Cbest. A lynx proper, 

Thomas le Taylor de Carloill in=Jane da. of — Egleonby Esq. 
com. Cumb'land. 



John le Taylor of Carleill Esq.==Isabell da. of — Townes of Northumberland. 



Thomas le Taylor of Lidgate in=Marj da. and heyre of John 



com. Suff. ar. 



Beniclere Esq. 



I 



Thomas le Taylor of Lidgate in Suff. Esq.==Elizab. da. and heyre of Bichard Sely. 
John le Taylor of Lidgate and of==Elizabeth da. of John Holder 



Stechworth in com. Suff. Ar. 



of Suff. 



I 
Thomas le 

Taylor, 

1 Sonne 

slayne at 

Mottrell 

8. p. 



Edmond 
Taylor, 
2 Sonne 
slayne at 
Muscle- 
boroughe 
feilde s. p. 



John le =Bethsabe da. of 



Taylor 3 
sonne of 
London, 
Esq. 



Edward Hall 
of London Esq. 



I 

Isaac 
Taylor 
4 sonne. 



Elizabetha 
vnica filia. 



Joane maried 
to Richard 
Hildersham. 

Margaret 
maried to 
William Cock. 



24 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



. 



ISrotone. 



Abms. Azure, an a chevron between three escallops or, within a hordure engrailed 

gules a crescent of the last. 
Cbsst. a crane statant azure, leaked gules, winged and collared or, charged on the 

breast with a crescent of the last, 

S' John Browne Knight Mayor=4.nne da. of — Belwood of 



of London. 



Lincolnshier. 



i 



\ 



Alice d. of S* Heniy Keble='William Browne sonne and= — da. of S' Edmond 



Abms. Argent, a chevron 0»- 
grailed gules, on a chirf azure 
three mullets or. 



heyr of London Esq. 



Shaa Knight 1 wife. 



Anne da. = 
Acoheyre 
of S' John 
Mont- 
gomery 
loiight 
and by her 
had issue 
that died 
s. p. 



John Browne of= 
London and of 
Horton in Kent 
2 Sonne he 
maried to his 2 
wife Alice da. 
of S' Thomas 
Baldrye Knight. 



Christian 
da. of 
Will" 
Carkett 
of Lon- 
don. 



Charles 
Browne 
8 Sonne. 



Morris 
4 Sonne. 



Anne 

maried 

toS'W 

Peter 

Knight 

"T " 

S' John 
Peter 
Lord 
Peter. 



.1. I I 

William Julian Another 
Browne maried to daughter 
his eldest S' John ob. s. p. 
sonne. Mundy 
Knight. 



Anne wife of John 
Hall of London, 
gent. 



Vincent = 
Mundy of 
Markeaton 
in com. 
Derby. 



=Julian da. of 
— Q-adbury 
sister to 
Bichard 
Gadbury. 



I 

William Browne : 
sonne and heyre. 



=Mary da. of Edward 
Martyn of Horton. 



Edward 
2 sonne. 



I 



Elizabeth married 
to Benjamin 
English. 



I 



Joh'nes Browne. Thomas. Susan. Amye. 






THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



25 



Barne« 

Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Aztire, three leopards* heads arffent, 2 and 3. Argent ^ 

a chevron azure between three Cornish choughs sable. 
CsEST. On a mound vert an eagle rising argent, beaked and ducallg gorged or. 

Sir George Bame of London, Kniglit= Alice da. of Brooke of Shropsliier. 



Anne 1 da. 
maried to 
Alexander 
Carleill of 
London, 
gent. 



I 

S' Q-eorge Barne Citizen= 
and Haberdasher of 
London, and was at the 
this Visitacon Sheriff 
thereof A^ 1576 and after 
Lo. Mayor 1587 and 
was then made Knight. 



=Anne da. of S^ John Elizabeth 2 da. 

W" Q-arrard Bame maried to John 
of London 2 sonne. Rivers of 

Knight. London 

Abms. Argent, on a Alderman. 

fess sable a lion 

passant of the field. 



I 

George Bame 

2 sonne. 

Francis Bame 

3 sonne s. p. 

Thomas Bame 

4 sonne s. p. 

John 5 sonne s. p. 



"William Bame=Anne da. to Edwyn 



his sonne and 
heyre. 



Sandes Arch Bishop 
of York. 



William Bame 
sonne and 
heyre. 



I 

Anne. 



I 

Mark 
6 sonne. 

Peter 7. 

Richard 8. 



Anne 
mar. to 
Walter 
Marler. 



\ 



Browne* 

Abms. Or, a chevron engrailed barry toavy argent and azure, between three cranes 

statant of the last. 
Cbest. a crane statant azure, beaked and legged or, holding in his mouth an ear of 

barley of the last. 

Thomas Browne of S* Edmondsbury= Alice his wife, 
in Suff. Esq'. 



Alice da. of : 
John Miller. 



and heir Citizen and 
Marchantaylor of 
London. 



:Mary da of Michael 
Hay ward of London. 



Frances maried 
to John Lovell. 



I 
Sara. 1 da. 

Catarine, 2 da. 

Elizabeth, 3. 

Margaret, 4. 



Wilbam Browne 
sonne and heyre. 



Thomas 
Browne. 



John 
Browne. 



Mary. 



Martha. 



£ 



26 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



i^wxthtxt 



Abms. Ardent, on a bend engrailed between two lions rampant sable, three annulets 

ardent. 
Ceest. a demi-pegasus ermine , with wings expanded ermines. 

Eichard Lambert of Kirton in= 
Holand in com. Lincoln gent. 



Richard 
died s. p. 



)hn 



John Lambert 2 8onne=Joane da. of — Connye 



of Kirton aforesaid. 



of Lincolnshire. 



!»icn 



Richard Lambert= Alice da. of Humfrey 



>nn 



late of London 
Alderman. 



Pakington. 

Abms, Quarterly : — 

1 and 4. Per chevron sable and 
argent in chief three mullets 
ort in base as many garbs gules, 

2. Argent, on afess between six 

martlets gules three quatrefoils 
ofthefietd. (Washboubne.) 

3. Argent^ on a bend azure three 

martlets or. (Habding.) 



John Lambert 2- 
Sonne citizen 
and grocer of 
London. He had 
2 wifes. 



Joane married 
to Phiiipp 
Conye. 

=Catarine da. 
of Humfrey 
Pakington 
1 wife. 



Edmond 


Edward. 


Alice 5 da. 


Francis 2. 


Elizabeth 2. 


Lambert. 






— 






Giles. 


Margarett 6. 


John 3. 


Anne 3. 


Richard. 




— 








EHzabeth. 


Humfrey. 


Mary 1 da. 


Catarine 4. 


William. 




Lambert 


maried to 






Jane. 


1 Bonne. 


John Jackman 






— 




of London 






Mary. 




grocer. 





ile^eis* 



Abms. Argent, on a bend sable three fish naiant of the field, fins and tails or, in chief 

a mullet gules. 
Ceest. An elephant's head couped azure bezant^, eared and crowned argent, charged 

with a mullet or, 

John Hewes of Do^jyvord in com.==Grace da. of — Waldron. 
Somersett gent. 



William Hewes 1 



Sonne. 



Soger 2 sonne. 



I 

James Hewes 3= 
Sonne Citizen 
and Grocer of 
London; he 
had two wifes. 



=Margaret da. of Bob* 
Bowser and by her 
hath issue Rowland 
his eldest sonne and 
others. 



Dorothy maried 
to Edward 
Hensley of 
Devonshier. 



Rowland Hewes 
sonne. 



Geffrey Hewes 2 
sonne. 



Mary. Martha 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



27 



Abms Azure, a chevron or hettceen two lions passant ardent. 

Crest. Out of a ducal coronet argent, a demi-lion issuant, tail forked ermine. - 

Thomas Eiche of Marston in com.=Margery da. of Rafe Done of Elaxyard 



Bedf. 



in com. Cestr. 



I 



1 John Eiche sonne= — d. of — 2 William 
and heyre of London 
gent apothicary to. 
Q. EUz. 



Kelk of Riche 
BristoU. 2 sonne.= 



Jonn Riche. 



3 Henry = 
Riche 
3 Sonne 
of London 
mercer. 



=Mary da. of John Den- 
ham of Romsey Abby 
in Hampshire. 
Abhs. Oules four fiisiU 
conjoined infess ermine. 



I 
WiU'm 

s. p. 



Judith vx. 
Henry 2 
sone of 
Henry 
Beecher of 
London 
Alderman. 



Catherin d. of Thomas: 

Meade of London 

Draper 2 wife. 

Abhs. Sable, a che- 
vron between three 
pelicans vulning 
themselves or. 



I 



J 



:Thomas Rich: 
of London, 
mercer 
set 60-1655. 



:Susan d. of Thomas 
Reade of St. Ed- 
mund's Bury. 



I 



William. Edward. 



Thomasm 1 yeare 
old March 1655. 



James Rich 
8Bt 24 1655. 



Susan Rich 

8Bt24l. 



dtoHtiarty. 



Arms. Sable, three estoiles icithin a bordure argent. 

William Stoddard of London gent.=Emme da. — Cheeseman. 



George Stoddard sonne and heyre: 
Citizen of London. 



:Anne da. of Henry Herdson of 
London Esq. renupta — Barker. 
Abms. Argent, a cross sable between four 
fleurs-dc'lis gules. 



icni 



Richard Stoddard Nicholas Stoddard= — filia ThomsB Eden do 
1 Sonne. 2 sonne miles. I com. Suff. militis. 



Judith a 
daughter. 



WiUielmus Stodard 1 Maria. Juditha 4 filia. 
filius et haeres. — 

2 Anna. 



3 filia. 



28 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



^PtpplS. 



Abms. Or^ a lion rampant and a chief sable, 
Cbest. a leopard sejant or, 

Thomas Philipps of Tamworth in com. Warr. gen.=Alice da. of Henry Averell. 



Henry 

Phillips 

Sonne 

,and 

hejrre. 



"William 
Philips 
2 Sonne, 
Citizen 
& Mar- 
chantay- 
lor of 
London. 



:Sibill da. 

of John Sonne. 

Ridley of 

Eidley. 

Abms. Argent, on a 
mount vert a bull 
statant gules. 



1 TT 

Thomas 3 Margeiy 



maried to 
Thomas 
Prise of 
Coventry. 



Alice ma- 
ried to 
George 
Smyth. 



Joane 
maried to 
John Balding. 



Anne maried 
to John Stuard 
of Ipswiche. 

Margaret 
maried to 
William 
Townrowe of 
London. 



Henry Phillips 
Sonne and 
heyre. 



I 

Alice maried to Michael 
Fleming 2 sonne to S' 
Francis Fleming 
Knight. 



Sachell 2 da. 



I I 

Anne 3 Mary 4. 



BlDunt* 



Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Barry nebuly of six, or and sable, 2 and 3. Argent, 
a lion rampant gules crowned or, within a bordure engrailed sable bezants, over 
all a mullet gules. 

Cbest. A lion passant gules crowned or, charged on the breast with a mullet of the 
last, 

"William Blount of Wadeley and Glase= Joyce da. of John Pakington 



in com. 



Salop. 



of Shropshier; 



I 
John Blount 

1 Sonne ob. 

B. p. 



I 

Elizab. da. of Haste=Thomas Blount=Anne da. & Elizabeth 



of Norwich who 
was first maried to 
Gage after to Ball 
of London. 



2 Sonne of 
London Esq. 



I 

Thomas 
Blount 
4 Sonne. 



John 
Blount 
5 Sonne. 



Elizabeth. 



heyre of maried to 

John Cortes Richard 

of London, Jenkes of the 

Mercer, 1 Hay in com. 

wife. Salop. 



J 



William 
Blount 
1 Sonne. 



Richard 2 
Sonne. 

Albrett 3 
Sonne. 



I 

Hester maried to 
Stephen Alphe 
Customer of 
Sowthampton. 



i 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON 



29 



Abms. Ermine, three bows bent in pale gules, stringed or, in chief a fleur-de-lis sable 

for difference. 

» 

John Bowes a 6*^ brother of the=Aiine da. of — Gunvile of 



Howse of Bowes of — . 



Gurleston. 



John Bowes of=Dorothy" da. of 
Hackney. Markham. 



John Bowes Edward 5 
1 Sonne. sonne. 

Jerome 2. 

Eafe3. 

Robert 4. 



I 

Edward Bowes 2= 
Sonne of London, 
gent. 



I 



Elizabeth marled 
to George Hart 
Sonne and heyre 
of Sir Percivall 
Hart Knight. 



^Margaret da. of 
John Anne of 
Northaste. 



John 
Bowes 
1 Sonne. 



Mary. Jane. Elizabeth. 



mi 



Abms. Sable, afess ermine between two mountain eats passant guardant argent. 
John HUl of London, gent. whoBe= Agnes da. of John Mowsdale 



auncestors were of the North. 



of London goldsmith. 



Bafe Hill sonne and heyTe=Amye da. of William 
Citizen & Haberdasher Eawlyns of London, 

of London. Grocer. 



Elizabeth maried to 
David Wodroff of 
London Esq. 



I 
John HiU 

1 Sonne. 



William Hill 2 
sonne. 

Thomas 3. 



II 

1 Susan. 

2 Elizabeth. 

3 Brigett. 

4 Margarett. 



30 THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



liemjpe* 



Abms. Quarterly: — Otdes and ardent, in the first and last quarters three garbs 
within a bordure engrailed or, over all a martlet sable for difference, 

Bartholomew Kempe of Gissing in Norff.= — da. of Baron Allen of Bury. 



Ml I , 

Robert Kempe Agnes da.=Edward Kempe=Marye da. of Francis Elizabeth 



1 Sonne. of — of London 

— Page of mercer 4 sonne. 
William 2. Shorn in 

— Kent, 
Antony 3 gen. 
Bonne. 



Edward 6 sonne. maried to 

Gray of Mar- — Anthony 

^n in Norff. Barthol- Throg- 
Esq. mew 6 morton of 

sonne. Flixon in 
Suff. 



I III 

Bobert Kempe. 2 Charles Kemp. Edmond 3. Margaret a dawghter. 



dtaper. 



Abhs. Argent i a cross voided between four estoilles sotble. 

Cbest. a lion s^ant guardant argent, holding in his paw an estoile sable, 

Bichard Staper of London,=Dionise da. of Thomas Hewett 



gent. 



of London, gent. 



Jo I III 

Thomas Staper 1 Huett Staper 2 Anne. Joane. Mary, 
sonne. sonne. 



Abms. Sable on a bend between six crosses erosslet fitehi or, a mullet of the field 

surmounted by a fieur-de-lis of the second for difference, / 

Bobert Biston of Belton in com. Lincoln.= 



I . . • 

2 wife da. of — =Adam Biston his sonne <& heire of = Agnes his 1 wife ob. 

London. s. p. 



Cutbert Biston his sonne and heyre by his 2 wife was= Alice da. of — Lacke of 
Citizen and Qirdler of London : he maried to his first Northamptonshire and as 
wife Joane da. of — Stanbridge by whom he had no yet hath no issue, 
issue. 



A 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



31 



ISetltett* 

Abms. Quarterly : — 1. Or, on a chevron between three lions' heads erased gules, a 

fleur-de-lis between two annulets of the field, 2. Argent, on a fess engrailed 

gules three crosses crosslet or. 3. Per pale sable and argent, a cross moline 

counter changed. 4. Argent, a fess gules between three stags' heads caboshed 

sable, over all a crescent for difference. 

Anselme Beckett, Citizen and Haber-=Anne da. of George Dalton, 



dasher of London. 



gent. 

Abms. Azure sem4 qf crosses crosslet 
a lion rampant guardant argent* 



'William Beckett bis sonne and hejre. Judith. Sara. 



Martha. 



Burton. 

Abms. Argent, on a chevron engrailed between three boars^ heads couped sable a bezant. 
Cbest. a boar's head couped or, holding in its mouth a branch vert. 

John Burton of Stapleforth in com. Nott. gent. de8cended== 
of a younger brother of Burton in Yorkshire. 



Edmond Burton sonne <& heyre Citizen and: 
Clothworker of London. 



:Dionise daughter of John Knighton. 
Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Barry qf 

eight argent and azure, on a canton 

gules a tun paleways or. 2 anc? 3. 

Argent, six annulets — three, two, and 

one^^ules. 



Humphrey Burton 
1 sonne & heyre. 



James 2 
Sonne. 



8 Edmond. 4 John. 



> i J 

Anne. Vrsula. M; 



ary. 



Abms. Per fess embattled gules and azure, three suns in their splendour or. 
Cbest. A parrot vert, beaked and legged gules. 

Thomas Pierson of Barking in Essex.= — da. of John Brooke of Ilforde. 



Thomas Pierson of London= Joane da. of Mathew Joane maried to John 



gent. 



Gwynne of Wyndesore. Prith of Essex. 



1 



oh'nes Pierson 
sonne & heyre.- 



J, 



Edward 2 
sonne. 



I 

Mary maried to John 
Chiiestor of London 
goldsmith. 



Elizabeth'. Philip, a da 



32 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



i 
I 



Colston* 

Abms. Quarterltf : — 1 and 4. Ardent, two dolphins haurient respecting each other 
sahle, chained together hy their necks, the chain pendent or. 2 and 3. Or, a lion 
rampant douhle-quevsd gules, 

Eobert Colston of Corby in Com.^Catarine da. & coheyre of John Malorye 



Lincoln. 



of Walton in Leicestershier. 



Michael Colston 
his eldest sonne. 



I 



Gabriel Colston: 
Citizen & 
Grocer of 
London. 



-Alice da. of Elizabeth maried 

Michael to "William 

Foxe of Fletcher of Lon- 

Northam- don. 
tonshire. 



T 



I 



Alice maried 
to Richard 
Brooke of 
London. 



1 



Agnes. Elizabeth. Eaphael Colston Anne. "Winifred. 

1 Sonne. 



J 



Abms. QuleSy on a hend engrailed between ttoo cinque/oils pierced argent three 
leopards^ heads vert. 

Thomas Aldersej Citizen and Haberdasher=Alice da. of Eichard Calthrop. 
of London. 



-i 



f^ogan* 



Abms. Argent, a ehetron engrailed vairv or and gules between three hurts, each 
charged with a lion* s paw erased in lend oj^ the field ; in chief an annulet sable. 

Cbest. a lianas paw eouped and erect argent, charged with an annulet sable, holding 
in its claws another erased gules. 



Eobert Hogan of East Bradnam in=Brigitt da. of S' Eichard Fowler 
com. Northampt. of Eicott in com. Oxon. 



J 



ohn 6 Thomas 
Sonne. Hogan 1 

— Sonne. 
Eobert 
4 Sonne. 



I I . 

2 William. 

3 Anthony. 

Francis 7 
Sonne. 



I 
Edmund Hogan: 

Citizen and 

Mercer of 

London 5 

Sonne. 



^Elizabeth 
da. of 
John 



J.I 

Elizabeth maried 
to John Apple- 
yard. 



Blondell 
of London Brigett maried 
Mercer. to John Cala- 
butt. 



I 

Thomas Hogan sonne & heyre. Anne. 



THE ■ VISIT ATION OF LONDON. 



33 



Confers* 



Abmb. Azure, a mauneh or, in chief a crescent of the second surmounted hy another 

gules. 
Crest. A sinister wing gules, differenced as the arms. 

Francis Conyers descended of a younger how8e=Anne da. of Blount sister to S' 
of Conyers of Homeby in Torksnier. I Richard Blount Knight. 



Bainold Conyers 1 sonne.= 



Francis Conyers his eldest sonne. Anne. 



)nn 



John Conyers Citizen & Mercer 
of London 2 sonne. 



Abms. Oules, on a chevron or between three bezants three crosses pattSe fitch^, in 

chief a martlet of the second. 
Cbest. a dexter arm couped at the elbow per pale or and gules, the cuff argent, 

holding in the hand proper agriffifCs head erased azure, beaked and charged with 

a martlet or. 

John Hares alias Smyth of Withcock=Dorothy da. of !Richard Cave of 



in com. Leic. gent. 



Soger Smyth 
1 sonne. 



Stanford Esq. 



^ I. 

2 Francis. 

3 Clement 
Smyth. 



I 

Ambrose Smyth: 
Citizen and 
Mercer of 
London. 



: Joane da. of 
John Coo of 
Coxall. 



II 

5 Erasmus. 

6 Rob'. 

7 Anthony. 

8 George Smith. 



Henry Smith 1 sonne 
& heyre. 



Francis Smith 
2 sonne. 



I I 

Margaret. Elizabeth. Dorothy. 

Anne. 



CantieUr* 

Abmb. Argent, three pellets in betid cotised sable between two pellets impaling (for 
Lock J. Quarterly ; — 1 and 4i. Per fees azure and or, a pale counterchanged, 
in the first three falcons rising and holding in their mouths a padlock of the 
second. 2 and 8. Sable, a chevron between three conies' heads erased argent. 
(Spenceb.) 

Cbest. A goafs head couped sable, attired argent. 

Eic. Candeler.= — da. of — Lock. 



34 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



fgxilme. 



Arms. Quarterly : — 1 Bony of eight or and azure^ on a canton argent, a ehaplei 
gules, 2. Argent, a chevron azure toithin a hordure engrailed sable, 3. Oules, 
a cross engrailed argent^ in the deleter chief a crescent or, 4. Or, three cocks 
gules, over all a mullet for difference, 

Cbebt. a lion's head couped or, charged with a mullet for difference, ensigned with a 
cap of maintenance azure, ti$med up ermine, 

Hugh Holme of Codington in com.=Elizabeth da. of Masej 
Cestr. gent. I of 



Thomas Holme= 
Citizen & Ha- 
berdasher of 
London 3 
Sonne. 



Mathew 
Holme 1 
Sonne. 



: Alice da. of Bob* Holme 
John New- 1 sonne. 
man, widowe 
of Miles 
Tasker. 



2 Hugh. 
4i Qeorge. 



I 

Mauld EHzabeth 
maried to marled to 
John Arthur 

Bostock. Richardson. 



I 

Anne. 



2. Hugh. 4 Peter. 

8. Thomas. 



Elizabeth 1 
daughter. 



I . 

Catarine 2 da. maried to 
Jasper Swift Sargeant of 
the Admiralty. 



Garrett Swyft Jasp. Swift 2 sonne Jasper 8 
1 sonne. diea very young. sonne. 



I I 

Elizabeth. Catarine. 
Jane. 



dauntiersK. 



Abms. Per chevron sahle and argent, three elephants' heads erased counterchanged, 
tusked or, a crescent far difference, 

Cbest. An elephanfs head erased sable, ears and tusks argent, charged with a cres- 
cent for difference. 



Edward Saunders of Harington in com. Northampton Esq.: 



I 



William Saunders sonne and heyre of= 
Welford in com. Northt. Esq. 



Dorothy da. of John Young of Wor- 
cestersh. widowe to WiU'm Hatton. 



Francis Saunders 
1 sonne. 



George Saunders: 
Citizen and Ha- 
berdasher of 
London 2 sonne. 



Walter Saunders sonne 
& heire. 



:Anne da. of John New- Anne, 
digate of Harfeild in — 

com. Midd'x. Mary. 

Abms. Oules, a chevron 

between three lions gambs 

erased ermine. 



~T\ , 

Dorothy, 
Francis. 



I 

George Saunders 
2 sonne. 



Thomas 3 
sonne. 



I 

Elizabeth. 



^t 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 35 



SIBeaber. 



Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Or, on a Jess azure between two cotices gules as many 
garbs of ihe field, 2. Azitre, on a bend between two cotices argent three escal- 
lops gules. (BoHUN.) 3. 8(ibl€y a lion rampant, double queued argent, — over all 
a crescent for difference, (Wastnets.) 

Cbebt. An antelope passant ermine, attired or, supporting with the dexter fiot an 
escutcheon or, 

Walter Weaver of Herefordshire EBq.== 



Walter Weaver sonne and= Joane da. and hey re of Gilbert Bohun of Shropshier 



heyre of Walter. 



& of Marfifaret his wife da. & heyre of Tho. Wastneys 
of Shropshier Esq. 



Walter Weaver sonne & Thomas Weaver 2 sonne.^Margaret da. of Bichard 



heyre. 



Wisham Knight. 



I 

Walter Weaver.=Mauld da. of John Burghill Esq. 



Thomas Weaver.-rAnne da. of Delabere. 



John Weaver.==Jane da. of James Apleby. 



Jenkin Weaver l===Margarett da. of Bob* Q-riff. 3. Walter. Henry 4 sonne. 
Sonne. 



Nanton. 



John Weaver GrifBith Weaver 2 sonne of Pres-=Ellen da. of Hugh Ellen. 



1 Sonne. tone in Herefordshier & Ead- 

nock. 



John Sadler. 3 sonne. 



I 
John Weaver of London gent, sonne & heire=Alice da. of Thomas Anton, Clarke 



of GfriflRth. 



of the Wards. 



I I I \ \ 

John Weaver sonne Thomas 2 sonne. 0-eorge 3. James 4. Anne. Catharine. 

& heire. 



36 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



JHobieaion. 



Asms. Argent^ a bend wavy gules between two horseshoes azure. 
Cbest. a marCs head proper couped at the shoulders, vested azure, collared or, on the 
head a cap 0/ maintenance of the last turned up with Jur proper, 

Thomas Hodsdon descended of Hodsdon of Hodsdon in Hertfordshier Esq.== 

Simon Hodsdon His only sonne of Hodsdon and= 
of Edgeworth in com. Mid. ar. 



: Joane da. of John Etheredge of 
Edgeworth. 



I 

Nicholas 
Hodsden 
1 Sonne 
duzit 
filiam 
Majne 
de com. 
Hertf. 



Elizab. da. of= 


-Christopher= 


W- Blunt of 


Hodsdon 


Osbaston in 


Citizen and 


comit. Leic. 


Haber- 


vidua Saun- 


dasher of 


ders. 


London 2 




Sonne. 



Alice da. of Alex. 

Carleill of London. 

Asms. Or, on a cross 
engrailed gules five 
martlets tf the held, 
in the first ana 
fourth quarters a 
rose, in the second 
and third a griffin* s 
head erased of the 
second. 



I I 

Custance 1 da. ma- 
ried to Michael 
Moselej. 

Anne maried to 
Eichard Webbe. 

G-race maried to 
Widow of Bucking- 
hamshier. 



I 



Yrsula sole daughter=S' John Lee sonne of Tho. Leigh 



and heyre. 



of Stonley in com. Warr. 



I 

Thomas Lee=Mary da. of S' Thomas Egerton 

son to my Lord Chancellor. 



I 

2 Henry Hoddesdon Eector Eccrise 
de Iselaon aVs Islington Anne da. 
of Eobert Sibthorpe his wife. She 
was before twise maried first to 
Hichard Martyn after to John 
Nicholas sonne <& heire of Sir 
Ambrose Nicholas .Mayor of Lon- 
don. 



3 Xpofer 

Hodsdon 

Attorney 

in the 

King's 

Bench. 



I 

John Thomas 

Hodsdon. Hoddes- 

= don 4 



Jane 
Hay. 
wood. 



sonne. 

da. of 
Markes 
of Sur- 



rey. 



I 



5 Edward 
Hodsdon 
Citizen & 
Draper of 
London. 

Anne da. of 
— Richard- 
son. 



3 Jane. 1 Brigett. 2 



Eliz. 



I I 
John Hodson. 



I I 
2 Xpofer. 



3 Thomas. 



4 Edward. 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



37 



f^artfotti. 



Abms. Barry nehule of six or and azure, on a chief sable three stagi heads cahoshed 



or. 



Cbest. a dexter arm erect cottped at the elhoWy vested per pale argent and gules, 
holding in the hand sable a stages horn, 

Bobert Hartford of Huntingdon gent.= 



Itobert Hart- 
ford 2 Sonne. 



John Hartford Citizen and Mar-= Joane da. of Wood- William 



cbantaylor of London 1 sonne. 



land of London. Hartford. 



I 
William Hartford. Elizabeth. 



f^eati). 



Asms. Per chevron sable and or, in chief two mullets pierced of the second, in base a 
heathcock of the first combed and wattled gules, a crescent of the last for difference. 

Cbest. A heaihcock*s head erased or, combed and wattled gules, a crescent sable for 
difference, 

John Heath of Twickenham in=AgneB da. of Lee & by her 



Midlesex gent. 



had issue. 



I 

John Heath 
1 Sonne. 



Thomas Heathe 
1 Sonne. 



Stephen Heath of= Agnes da. of — Myldemay ofChelmesford 



London, gent. 



brother of Sir Walter Mildmay's father. 



William Heathe Mary maried to Margaret. 
2 Sonne. Laurence Tynes 

of London Q-rocer. 



Elizabeth. 
Agnes. 



^artritijje* 



Abms. Oules, on a bend between two lions rampant or three parrots vert, beaked and 

legged gules. 
Cbest. Out of a rose gules stalked and leaved vert, a lianas head couped or. 

Anne da. of=Affabel Partridge of London Esq.=Margery da. of Gilbard of 

Pildusl ■ 

wife. 



and Principall goldsmith ynto 
our Sou'eyne Lady Queue 
Elizabeth. 



Sussex. 

Abms. Argent a taJhot passant 

sable, on a chirf indented qfthe 

second three besants. 



Thomas Partridge his Ellen maried to Thomas 
Sonne and heire. Bartellett of London. 



Mary maried to Thomas 
Wadnall of London. 



38 THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Ardent, on a chevron between three greyhounds* heads 
erased sable, collared or, as many plates. 2. F erf ess or and azure, a lion ram- 
pant billet fe counterchanged. 8. Or, a cross engrailed gules. 

John Tuck of Kent had iB8ue.= 



I 

John Tuck sonne and heire had is8ue= 



I i 

Kafe Tuck 1 Bonne and Thomas Tuck of=dau^hter and heyre of Goldwell and 



heire. Kent 2 sonne. 



of his wife da. and heyre of Hawte. 



Bafe Tuck 1 John Tuck of Kent Gent.=da. and coheyre of !Richard Tuck 2 



sonne. 3 sonne. 



Walworth. sonne. 



John Tuck sonne and heire of John=Cecily da. to S' Tho. Kempe of Wye. 



Erancis Nicholas Tuck, 2=Mary da. of Eichard Clare wife Margaret mar- 



Tuck 1 sonne, Citizen 
sonne. and Skinner 
of London. 



Bennet of Tuck 3 of Nicholaa ried to Tho. 
Calldis. sonne. Moore. Odyon of Kent. 



John Tuck eldest sonne. 2 Nicholas. 3 Tnomas. Mary. Clare. 



Abms. Fer pale gules and azure, a chevron engrailed or, between three lions rampant 

argent, 
Cbest. a coch*s head or pellette, combed and wattled gules, between two wings ex» 

panded of the first. 

Thomas Hoskyns of Monmouth= Jane da. of Catchmade of 



in Wales. 



Gloucestershire. 



Charles Hos-= — daughter of George Hos- Joane maried first to John ap 
kyns 1 Inglosse. kyns 2 Owen 2 to William Jenkyns 8 to 

sonne. sonne. John Knithlyn. 

Inglosse Coate his sonnes wife. 
Barry of six or and azure, on a canton argent 
five billets in saltire qf the first. 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON, 



39 



Abms. Azure, a chevron ermine, between thee eagles displayed or, 
Cbest. An eagle displayed azure, 

Bichard Gilbert gf Somerson in com. Suff. gent.=Aiine da. of ... . CortnoU 



Henry 
Gilbert 
1 Sonne. 



Henry Gilbert 3= 
Sonne Citizen 
and Goldsmith 
of London. 



^Elizabeth da. of . . . Howes. 
Abh9. Argent, a chevron he- 

ttoeen three toolves' heads 

couped sable. 



Edward: 
Gilbert 
2 
Sonne. 



:AIice da. of 
Bond of 
Warwicksh. 



Sip John Gilbert 
of Suff. 



^1 . . I 

Dorothy 1 da. . . 

mar. to S' objit 

George Speak juvenis. 

of Som'stshire. 



. filius Elizabeth 1 marr. to ... . Colby 
and after to S' Michael MoUyns 
of Wallingford in com. Bark. 



Abmb. Per pale gules and azure, a tiger passant argent, 
Cbest. A wivem mth wings endorsed orpellettSe. 

John Mabbe of Clayton in comitatu= Joane da. of . . . Goble of 



Sussex. 



Sussex. 



I ■ * 

John Mabbe 1 sonne Citizen= 
and goldsmith of London. 



icni 



=Isabell da. of Eichard Colley Eichard. 
of Shropshier. 2 sonne. 



John Mabbe= 
of London 
gent., 1 
sonne. 



:Martha da. Eichard 3. Stephen, 
of William 2 sonne. — 

Denham of 4. Eob^ 

London. — 

5. Edward. 

6. Will-. 



I 
John Mabbe 1 sonne. 



2. William. 



Mary mar. Susan, 
to John 
Dolman. 



ich< 



Nicholas. 
3 sonne. 



Catarine. 



Caustel^. 



Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Sable, on a chevron or between three castles therefrom 
issuing as many demi-lions argent, three anchors azure. 2 and 3. Or, on a mount 
vert an eagle aisplayed sable. 

Castelyn of London gent.= 



40 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON, 



f^eton. 



Abms. Argenty six trefoils slipped vert, 

hia first wife=George Heton of Winkyll in com. 

Lincobi. 



I 

2 sonnes. 



:Jaiie da. of Bifelde of 
London. 



Francis Heton, Citizen and gould-=Maud da. of Burbjn 



smyth of London. 



of Herefordshier. 



I 



G-eorge Heton 1 sonne.' Francis Heton 2 sonne. Sara. 



Abms. Quarterly: — land4i. JB (irri/ of six argent and gules. 2. Argent, on a saltire 
gules between four eagles displayed azure a mullet for difference, (Hampden.) 
8. Argent, on a saltire gules between four door-staples sable an escallop of the 
field, (Stotjghton.) 

Cbest a demi-lion rampant argent, dueallg gorged azure, 

Christopher Wasse of Wickham=Catarine da. and heyre of Thomas Hampden 



in com. Buck. gent, father of 
John Wasse. 



sonne and heyre of Thomas Hampden and of 
Margaret his wife sister and heyre of W" 
Stocton al's Stockton sive Stoughton. 



I . 

John Wasse of Wickham gent.= Margaret da. of Holte of Hampshire. 



John Wasse of Wickham gent. sonne=Clare da. of . . . 



and heire. 



WeUes. 



Elizabeth maried to 
. . . Harison. 



Christofer Wasse, citizen and goldsmith of London. 



Statkfion. 



Abms. Oules, afess argent between three jackdaws proper, 

William Jackson of Suythall in com. Ebor gent.: 



I 



Charles Jackson 1 sonne. John Jackson 2 8omie.= 



Thomaa Jackson sonne and heire.= 



Thomas Jackson.== 



Francis Jackson, citizen and goldsmith of London. 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



41 



4lapns(fbrti« 



Asms. Argent, on a chevron gules between three greyhounds sable, a crescent for 

difference or. 
Cbest. a demi-maiden couped below the waist, habited gules, crined or, holding in her 

dexter hand a wreath vert, and in her sinister a rose-branch proper, 

Henry G-aynsford of Cassolton in com.=:Catarme da. of — Wilford of London. 
Surr. gent. 



Catarine. 



I 



I 



Bobert 
Gkijna- 
fordl 
Sonne. 


Henry Qtiyn8-= 
ford 2 Bonne, 
Citizen and 
Gk)ld8mith of 
London. 



"ich< 



:Mary Nicholas 

da. of 3 Sonne. 
John- — 

son of Francis 

Lon- 4. 
don. 



Thomas Gtiynsford sonne and heire. 



TTI 

Elizabeth maned to 
Richard Thomas. 

Alice maried to John 
Cotingham. 

Anne maried to Tho" 
Cotingham. 



iHus;ef)amp. 



Asms. Quarterly: — 1 and4i. Or, three bars gules, on the first bar a martlet of the 
field for difference, 2 and 3. Argent, on a chevron gules between three lozenges 
sable, as many martlets or, 

Cbest. A mountain eat proper, tied round the neck with a scarf argent, charged on 
the breast with a martlet for difference. 

da. of Harman his= William Muschamp of Camberwell in com Surr.=wydowe of 



3 wife. 



maried to his 1 wife the da. of Scott but had 
no issue by her. 



Nynnes 2 
wfle. 



I 

Edward Mus- 
champ 1 
Sonne. 



Thomas Muschamp: 
Citizen and Gk)ld- 
smith of London. 



Jane 1 da. maried to Tho. 
Crymes of London. 



:Catarine Xpofer Mus- 
da. of champ 3 
Louday. sonne. 



I I 

Eafe John 
Mus- Mus- 
champ. champ. 



I 



Susan 2 da. maried to Henry ToppesfeUd 
Citizen and Marchant of London. 



42 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



iEettalte. 



Abms. Argenty on afess vert between three calves sabUj^ a leopard's fiee bettoeen two 

annulets or, 
Cbest. a demi-sea^ealf sahle, pitrfled or. 



Thomas Metcalfe sent. Citizen and: 
Goldsmith of London. 



= Alice da. of Tho. Cook of Tanton. 

Arms. Azure, on a chevron enff railed 
argent between two cotises or, and three 
cinqurfbiU pierced ermine^ two Uone 
eombattant purpure. 



f 



Anne maried, wife of Bichard Elkyn of London, Skynn6r.== 



I I I 

Thomas Elkyn. Alice. Biehard Elkyn. 



John 



Elkyn. 



Abms. Quarterly; — Qvles and azure, in the second and third quarters a griffin 
segreani or^ holding in the dexter claw a ring gemmed of the tost, over aH, on a 
bend cotised of the last, a leopards face, holding in the mouth a round buckle 
between two fleurs-de-lis gules, 

Cbest. A leopard passant argent pelletti, holding in the dexter paw a pineapple or, 
stalked and leaved vert, 

Thonms Gardener Citizen and Gt)uldBmith of London maried to=Elisabeth da. of 
his 2 wife Beatrix da. of Maye of London. Tarte. 



rhomas Giurdenor of Saffron=da. of Nicholas Whitney 
Walden in Essex 1 sonne. of London. 



Bichard Gardner 
2 Sonne. 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



43 



^nt|)onp. 



Asms. Argent^ a leopari*8 head gules between tvoo Jlawnehee sable^ 
Cbest. a demi-goat proper^ charged with a bezant armed and attired or. 
(On a small shield.) " Theg bore this first, " Argent, a leopard's head gules be^ 
tween ttoofiaunches sable, on the dexter a rose, on the sinister a mullet or, a cres- 
cent in chief for difference, 

William Anthony borne at Colon in Q«rmany.=p 



Margarett da. and: 
coheyre of 
Edward Badge of 
Staffordshier. 



:Derick Anthony waa borne at S* £[athe- 
rines by y* Tower cheif graver of the 
Mynt and seales to King Edward VI., 
Q. Mary and Q. Elizabeth. 



:Elizabeth da. & heir 
of Richard Erley 
al's EUerick of 
Lincolnshire. 



Edward 
Anthony 
3 Sonne. 



Emanuel 
4 Sonne. 



Anne 2 

da. mar. 

toTho. 

Midle- 

ton of 

Kirke- 

by Lon- 

desdale 

in com. 

West 

m'land. 

I 





1 


2 Alice= 


=Erancis= 


da. of 


An- 


WiU«» 


thony 


Hawes 


Sonne 


of 


& 


Essex. 


heyre. 



=1. Jane Charles An- 
da. of thony 2 
The. Sonne ma- 
Howe ried to his 



of 

Lon- 
don. 



2 wife 
Eliz. da. of 
Eich* Ar- 
nold of 
London. 



iCatarine 
da. & coh. 
of Henry 
Stidolph 
2^ Sonne 
of John 
Stidolph. 



Elizab. 1 
da. wife 
of Eich* 
Tardley 
of Lon- 
don 
Fish- 
monger. 



I I 

Elena 2 

da. 

Eliza- 
beth 1 
da. 



I i 

Eichard 
Midle- 
ton 1 
Sonne. 

William 
Midle- 
ton 2 
Sonne. 



J i ' I 1 1 

Thomas G-race. 



John Frances Francis Kichard 
An- 1 daugh- An- Anthony An- — 

thony ter. thony 1 2 sonne. thony 1 John Tardley 

— Sonne. 
Barbara. 



3 — Sonne. 

Sonne. Elizabeth. — 

— Thomas 
Mary. An- 

— thony 2 
Alice. Sonne. 



1 sonne. 



Bartholomewe 
Tardley 2 
sonne. 

Elizabeth. 

Charity. 



(CtitDartieis.) 



A&MS. Argent, a fees ermines between three martlets sable. 

Cbsst. a lion^s gamb, conped and erect ermine, grasping a goa(s leg erased sabtcy 
armed or. 

Beneath this coat is written in pencil :— 
" It is Bdwardes Coate." 



44 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



Balton. 

Abms. Azure semi of crosses crosslet^ a lion rampant reguardant argent^ charged 

on the breast with a mullet gules, 
Cbest. a dragon* 8 head vert between two wings or, pellettS, 

William Dalton of Dalton Haye in com. Ebor. gent.= 



G^eorge Dalton of London gent.=Joane da. of — Lymesey. 



I 

James Dalton 1 sonne 
of London Esq., one of 
the Judges in the 
iSheriffs Court in London 
& double Header in 
Lincolns Inn. 

Mary da. & 27*>' child of 
Geo. Boll of Stevenson 
in com. Devon, ar. 



Gteorge Dalton 2- 
Sonne, citizen 
and goldsmith of 
London, he 
maried to his 2^ 
wife Eliz. da. of 
Heton Chamber- 
leyn of London. 



Alice 


Ebzabeth 


1 1 . 

Ellen maried 


da. of 


maried to 


to George 


Thomas 


Barthol- 


Bachett of 


Martyn. 


mew Dodd 


London. 




of London. 


— 






Mary 




Anne 


maried to 




maried to 


Francis 




Anselme 


Dodd of 




Beckett of 


London 




London. 


gent. 



Margaret his only da. and heyre. 



^m^tb. 



Abmb. Argent, a cross compony counter compong or and azure, between Jour lions 

passant sable. 
Cbest. Out of a ducal coronet or a swan close ermine, beaked gules, 

John Smyth of com. Staff. gent.= 



Humfrey Smyth sonne & heyre of =Alice da. of — Case of 



Southampton Gent. 



Som'settshier. 



r 



John Smyth of London, gent.=Mary da. of S' James Hawes of London Ejiight. 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 45 



Abms. Or, three lioneels passant in pale sable ^ a hordure company of the same, 
Cbest. a mainmast broken, the round top set off with palisadoes or, headed argent, 
a lion issuant thereout sable, collar^ per pale of the first and second, 

William Carrowe of Abredge in com. Essex geiit.== 
descended of a younger howse of Carew. 



John Carrow of =Margery da. of — Maple Thomas Carrow 



Abredge gent. 



of Essex. ^ 2 Sonne. 



William Carrowe 1 8onne=Anne da. and coheyre of Bobert James 2 sonne. 



citizen & Draper of 
London. 



Chapman of Kent, 
Abms. Per chevron argent and gules 
a crescent counterchanged. 

I ~^ '■ i 

William Carrowe eldest sonne and heyre. Henry 2 sonne. 



*ope. 



Abms. Quarterly 1 and 4. Argent, three popinjays vert, winged or, mthin a bordure 

engrailed azure bezante, 2 and 3. Or, three buckles sable, 
Cbest. A harlequin habited argent and. gules, paleways counterchanged, holding in 

his dexter arm a scimitar of the first, hilted or. 

Francis Pope of London gent, and Draper=Grace da. of Bobert Deane 
to Queen Elizabeth maried to his 1 wife of London grocer and 
Agnes da. of John Dowse and by her hath no issue, 

had no issue. 



iMaiwftr%e» 

Abms. Quarterly argent and vert, four eagles displayed counterchanged. 

Helen da. of — Wamer=John Mansbridge Citizen and=Agne8 da. 



of London. 



Draper of London. 



of Abell. 



William Mansbridge. Thomas Mansbridge his eldest sonne. 



46 THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



i^utiHtngton* 



Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Faly of six argent and gules, on a ehief of the second 
a lion passant guardant of the first. 2. Argent, two bars gules, on a canton of 
the second a cross patonce or. (Kibkbby.) 8. Per fess azure and or, a pale 
counterchanged, on the first three lions rampant of the second (Whettill), 
^* impaled with Bowe ofLondonP 

Henry Ludyngton gent. fir8t= Joane da. and heyre of William Kirkeby of 



husband to this Joane, and 
by her had issue. 



Kirkeby in Yorkshier which William Kirkeby 
maried Alice da. & heyre of Whettill. This Joane 
was after maried to S' William Laxton, Knight. 



. I : . i . i 

Nicholas Luddington=Ayi8 his Joane first maried to — Anne maried to 

his Sonne and heyre wife. Machell, Sheriff of London, 8' Thomas 

Citizen of London. after to S' Thomas Lodge Knight. 

Ghamberleyne, Knight. 



Abms. Sable, on a chevron argent three lions^ heads erased of the field, 
Cbest. a demi'pegasus erased, wings expanded ermine, girded round the loins with a 
ducal coronet or. 

John Horspoole of London, gent.=nawis da. of — Baker. 



Symon Horspoole citizen and=Elizabeth da. of John Smyth of 



Draper of London. 



Gossam in com. Wiltesh. 



William Horspoole 1 sonne. 2 Simon. 8 Thomas. Elizabeth. Mary. Hawis. 



Abms. Chiles, three scimitars in pale argent, hilted gules, the points of the first and 
third and the hilt of the second to the dexter side, within a bordure engrailed 
argent pellettS. 

Cbest. A dexter arm erect, couped at the elbow, habited bendy sinister of four argent 
and gules, holding in the hand proper a covered cup or, 

Thomas Hodgeson of Yorkeshier gent.= Agnes da. of Bobert Cooke of Essex. 



William Hodgson, citizen and Merchant=Elizabeth da. of Fowke Wall 
taylor of London. of Cradeley in Shropshire. 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 47 



^ariker. 



Abmb. Argent, a chevron gules between three mullets sable, on a chief azure three 

stags' heads eaboshed of the field, 
Cbebt. a reindeer's head erased per fess argent and gules, attired or. 

Jolm Parker of Dantrey in com Northainpton=Margery da. of Vincent CrosBO 
gent, descended of Parker of Norton in 
com. Ebor. 



of Warwickshier. 



.1- 

T^illiam Parker his sonne and heyre.=Margery da. of William Allen of London. 



[Abmb. Per pale argent and sable, thrte lions rampant counterchanged. 
Cbebt. Out of a ducal coronet gules a demrpeacock, wings expanded or.] 

S' Thomas Pullison Knight Sheriff and afber Mayor of London.= 



»att* 



Abhs. Argent semi of crosses crossletfltchS, a lion rampant gules, 

Alexander Brett of Whitstanton in com. Deuon= — da. of Bosemaderos. 



John Brett 1 Eobert Brett of= Elizabeth da. of Edward Bnsh of Symon Brett 



Bonne. Lincolnshier 

gent. 



Sison 3 brother to the Bushes of 2 sonne. 
Hohum. 



Bobert Brett 1 8onne=Elizabeth da. of Beginald Highgate Margaret wife of 
Citizen & Mar- of Essex. — Veale of Lanca- 

Abhs. Chiles, two bars argent, over all shier. 

on a bend or a torieau between two 

leopards' heads azure. 



chantaylor of 
London. 



John Brett his 2 William. 3 Sobert. 4 Bichard. Elizabeth. Catharine, 
eldest sonne. 



48 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



aiijanep* 



Arms. Ermine, on afess between three cinquefoiU gulee, a greyhound courant or. 
Cbebt. Out of a ducal coronet gules, a dolphin emhowed argent, purjled or, 

William Albaney of London gent. <& Marchantaylor, he=Thomas da. of Bicliard 
maried to his 2 wife Joane da. of Bobert CordaU of Buttle of London. 

London. 



Francis Albany William Albany Bobert 3 sonne. 1. Mary. 2. Judith. 
1 Sonne. 2 sonne. 



Brahmen. 



Arms. Argent, a lion passant azure between three fleurs-de-lis gules. 
Crest. A hoar issuant out of a rock proper, 

John Bragden of London gent.==Margery da. of Thomas Body of Worcester. 

Arms. Argent, on afess azure three pelicans 
vulning themselves or. 



Thomas Brogden 
1 sonne & 
heyre. 



i 



icnarc 



I 



2 Edward. 3 Bichaxd. 4 William. 



I I 

Avis maried to Mary. 

Nicholas Tet- 

lowe of London. 



dfarriitfiton* 



Arms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Araent, a chevron gules between three leopards* heads 

purpure. 2 and 3. Qules, tnree einquefoils argent. 
Crest. A unvem sans wings, tail extended vert. 

John Farrington of Sussex descended of a younger howse==Margaret his wife, 
of Farrington in com. Lane. 



John Farrington: 
Citizen & Cloth- 
worker of Lon- 
don. 



:Alice da. of S' George a Eichard Faring- 

Alexander Ave- preist 2 ton 3 sonne Al- 

non of London sonne. derman of Lon- 

Enight. don 1609. 



Sibill. Mary ma- 
wife of ried to 
— Co- William 
vert. Danser. 



Alexander Farring- 
ton 1 sonne. 



2 John. 3 Thomas. Elizabeth. Mirabell. Iffarye mar. to 

— Martindale. 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



49 



Abms. Quarterly: — 1 and 4. Argent^ a chevron sable between three nags* heads 
erased gules, bridled or, 2 and 8. Argent^ a/ess nebuU azure, in chief a lianas 
head erased of the last between two mascles and one in base gules, 

Cbebt. a dexter arm couped at the elbow, vested per pale azwre and gules, holding in 
the hand proper a lure argent, stringed of the second, ringed and knotted or. 

Joane da. of Thomas=Emanuel Lucar=Elizabeth da. of Paule Withipole and by 



TumbulL 

Abms. Or, afess 
between three bulls 
winged azure. 



of London E sq'. 



I II II 

Cipiian 4 Mark. Martha. 
Lucar. — — 

5 John. Mary. 



I 

Emanuel 
Lucar, 
his eldest 
Sonne. 



her had issue. 

Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4t, Per pale or 
and gules, three lions passant in pale with- 
in a bordure countercnanged. 2. Azure, 
tfyree bars or, over all on a bend engrailed 
gules three pheons argent, 3. Azure, a 
cross moline between four crosses paitS or. 

I 



Henry 
2 Sonne. 



Mary wife of Eich* 
Pigram. 



Filia. 



Jane maried to William 
Bowe of London. 



^rxiVD^e. 



Abms. Quarterly of six : — 1 and 6. Argent, three lions rampant sable, 2, Argent, 
a bend gules, on a chief vert two cinquefoils or, 8. Azure, a bend per bend 
indented gules and argent between six escallops or, (Cbewys.) 4. Argent, a fees 
dancette in chief two martlets sable, 5. Azure, a chevron argent between three 
pears or, (Calmady.) 

Christopher Prowze of Chagford in Comwall.= 



Jonn 



Prowez of Eie.=Alice da. of — Baseden of Eie. 



John Prowse 
1 Sonne. 



Thomas Prowez Citizen and: 
Yintener of London. 



= Alice da. of John Smyth of 
Tringe in com. Buck. 



I 



I 



Elizabeth. Mercy. Catarine. 



JuditL Xpofer. 



50 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



I^Xlltfi. 



Bicbard Hilles al's Hulles of Miltoii=Elizabetli da. of 



in tbe Comity of Kent. 



— Berde. 



Bicbard. Hilles al's Hills gent. Citizen and: 
Marcbant Taylor of London. 



= Agnes da. of Xpofer Lacy 
of Torkfibier gent. 



Tobn Hilles Q-erson Barnabas 

Sonne & beire. 2 sonne., 3 sonne. 



Daniel 
4 Sonne. 



Abms. Ardent 9enU of crosses crosslet^ three talhots^ heads ertued sable, 
Tbomas Hall of Wamam in tbe Coiinty of Sussex.=Margaret da. of Pawtbome. 



Dorotby da. of — Micbell 2 wife.= Jonn Hall, citizen and: 

8-P' Draper of London 
Jane da. of Jobn Brown of = maned to bis 2* wife 
London Esq. Dorothy da. of — 

Abms. Azure, a chevron between 
three escallops or, within a 
hordure entailed gules. 



Micbell but bad no 
issue by ber. 



I 

: Joane da. of Tbomas 
Jobn Hall Htill 
1 wife. 1 Sonne. 



Jobn Hall 1 sonne. 2 Hum&y. 3 Tbomas, Jane eldest daugbter. 



Abms. Argent, a fees between two greyhounds courant sable. 

Cbest. Out of a ducal coronet or, a demi-greghound sable collared of the first. 

Jobn Hall of Skipton in Craven in Yorksbier.= Alice da. of Merslinge of Kent. 



Edward Hall, citizen and= 
Haberdasber of London. 



Elizabetb first maried to 
Tbomas TumbuU after 
to Bob* Howe. 



:Sibill da. of Symon Browne of London. 
Abms. Or, on a bend between two dolphins embowed 
azure three trefoils slipped qfthe field. 



Frances 2 da. maried to 
Lawrence Gougb of 
London Draper. 



Bersaba maried to 
Jobn Taylor 
of London gent. 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



51 



Abms. Per pale indented ardent and sable, a chevron gulee. 

Eobert Biyell of KellingeBbery in com.=Catarme da. of John Buseell of 



Nortbt. 



Icbi 



London. 



Nicholas Bivell Citizen and grocer of London.== Audrey da. of John Michenar 



Bobert Eivell sonne & heyre. Emme. 



^mlk^nson* 



Abhs. Azure, a fees wavy argent y in chief three estoiles or. 
Cbest. a seahorse assurgent per pale or and assure, crined gules, 

Anthony Jenkyneon Citizen and Mercer= Judith da. of John Marshe of 



of London. 



London Esq. 



J 

Ahce 1 da. 



I 

Mary 2 da. 



iMarturp. 



Abms. Quarterly of 9 ; — 1. Sable, a cross engrailed between fount pheons argent. 
(Mabbubt.) 2. Or, on a fess engrailed azure three garbs of the field, (Meb- 
BUBT.) 3. Barry nebule of six or and sable, (Blount.) 4. (Argent), two 
wolves passant in pale (sable), on a bordure (gules) eight saltires couped (or). 
. (At ALA..) 6. Or^ a four-towered castle azure, (Castile.) 6. Vair. (Beait- 
CHAMF.) 7. Argent, three fleurs-de-Us azure. 8. Argent, a fess and in chief 
three covered cups gules. 9. Vert, a saltire engrailed argetit. (Hawley.) 

William Merbury father of= Agnes da. & coheyre of Thomas Blount younger 



Bobert and Thomas 
Marbury. 



brother to S' William Blount, and of his wife 
the da. & heyre of John Hawley. 



Thomas Marbu^ Citizen &==AgneB da. of — Ljmne Booert Marbury 1 
haberdasher of London. 



of Northampton. 



Sonne. 



1. 1. 

Christian 
maried to 
Francis 
Withers. 

Joh*nes 
Marbery. 



Humfrey Mar- 
hvLTj 2 sonne 
Citizen & 
haberdasher 
of London. 



=Anne da. of Alder- 
man Bankes of 
London. 
Abms. Sable, on a 

cross or between 

four fiewrs'de- lis 

argent five 

ogresses. 



II ... 

Anne !■* maried Alice wife of 

to — Bradlejr Tho. Mar- 
after to Armiger bury. 
Wade. — 

— Elizabeth 

Thomasin maried maried to 

to Thomas Bichards 

Jennjms. Ellis. 



52 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



^ntl^enson* 



James Jenkensonne of Tourley in tlie=Eleii daughter of — Danell of Kedsnape 



County of Lankersheyer. 



in the County of Lancas'. 



Bobartt Jenkenson of Tourley .==Brigett Whinyard of London. 



I 

S' Boburtt Jenkenson: 
of Walcott in the 
County of Oxford. 



=Ann Mary Lee daughter of S' Eob. Lee of Billesley in 
Worwickshyer 2 sonne of S' Eob* lioe, Maior of London 
by Anne daughter of 8' Th. Loe of Lond. Knight. 



CoUtloj^. 



Abms. Quarterly: — 1 and4i. Argent^ five eagles displayed in eroes sable, 2 andS. 

Sable, a fees between three martlets argent (Lockwooi)) ; over all a crescent 

for difference. 
Cbest. a demi-eagle displayed sable, charged on the breast with a crescent or, 

John Coleclogh of Ligleton in the County= Anne da. and heyre of — 



of Stafford. 



Loekwood. 



Sicnard Coleclogh of Ligleton and of=Aleonor da. of Sir John Thomas Cole- 



Blurton in com. Stafford. 



Draycott Knight. 



S' Anthonys 


= Eichard 


1 Catarine = 


Coleclogh 


8 Sonne. 


daughter & 


of Tngeton 
K». 




heyre of 
Edward 
Dalton of 
Calays 1 






wife. 



S' Thomas John Cole- 
Colecloghe, cloghe. 
Knt. 



Catherine. 



I 

:Mathew Coleclogh of Lon- 
don, draper maned to his 
3^^ wife Margaret or 
Mary da. of Warner of 
London & widow to 
Johnson. 



clogh. 



=2. Margarett 
da. of Eich- 
ard Bennett 
of Callais 2 
wife. 



I.I I I 

Eichard Anthony Tobias. 

Coleclough Colclogh 

6 Sonne. alij Adam 

— 2 Sonne. 
Eichard? 
sonne. 



I I 

George. 
Mathew. 



Mary. 



THE VISITATIOlf OF LONDON. 



53 



Mm. 



Abms. Quarierhf : — 1 and 4. Per fess gules and sable, a chevron rompu ermine 
between three griffin^ heads erased argent. 2 and 3. Sable, a chevron ermine 
betvfeen three unicorns* heads erased argent, (H£DD.) 

Bichard Allen of London gent.=Mary da. of Henry Hedd late 

SheriiF of London.- 



Thomas Allen 1= 
son citizen & 
haberdasher of 
London he 
maried Eleanor 
da. of Bichard 
Harris by 
whome he 
had no issue. 



: Joane da. 
of Edward 
Woodgate 
of Kent. 



James Peter Allen 3 sonne haber- 
AUen dasher of London maried 
2 Sonne. Elizabeth da. of Christo- 
pher Lambard of London. 

I 



Mary. 



Mary maried 
to John 
Spagman. 

Anne maried 
to Bobert 
Harris. 



Brigitt Mary wife 
wife of of Peter 
— Bracy. Delavale 
of North- 



umberland. Benche. 



Martha wife Bichard 

of Edmund Allen 

Pye, Attorney 1 sonne. 
of the Kings 



Barbara 
maried 
toTho. 
Langton. 



I I 

Thomas 
Allen 
2 Sonne. 

Edward 
Allen. 



Brigett. 



Thomas Bracy. 



Joane wife 
of John 
Williams 
of London 
Gold- 
smith. 



Wiitton. 



Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Sable, a water-bouget argent, in chief three bezants, 

2 and 3. Argent, a fess gules between three bulls* heads couped sable. 
Cbest. An owl argent, legged sable, ducally gorged or. 



Christopher Witton of =Anne da. of Boger Qreene 



West Apland. 



1 Joane da. of: 

Bentley 

1 wife. 



:Thomas Witton= 
of London gent. 



of London, mercer. 



=Hellen da. of John Bidley. 
Asms. Argent, on a mount qf 
bullrushes vert a bull passant 
guleg. 



)hn Wi 



John Witton 
2 sonne. 



Oliver Witton. Alexander. Dorothy. Elizabeth. Edward Thomas Catarine. 

. — — — Witton Witton — 

Wiirm. Martha. Anno. 1 sonne. 2 sonne. Anne. 



54 THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



I^artiinfi* 



Asms. Gules, three greyhounds courant in pale or, collared azure. 
Cbest. a demi-leopard rampant ermine, yarded with a collar azure bezants, chain 
compony, counter-company of the last, 

William Harding.= — da. of Midleton. 



iliia; 



William Harding.=Margerj da. of Alsopp. 



William Harding citizen=Margaret daughter of William Gomey. 
and Cloth worker of Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Argent, on a cross engrailed 

London. between four mullets of six points pierced gules a cross 

qf the field, 2 and 3. Argent, a chevron ermines 
between four quatrrfoUs, slipped sable. 



iletrman. 

Abms. Oules, three cushions ermine, tasselled or, in chief a fleur-de-lis of the last 
for difference, 

James Kedman of Thornton in=Margarett da of 



Yorkshier and had issue. 



Cowen, 



i I I I I 

Johik Bedman of Thornton= Agnes da. of 2 Bichard. Mauld maried 



1 Sonne. 



Couday of — to Brian 

Kirkby in 3 William. Eobinson. 

Londesdale. — 

4 Edward. 



im 



William Eedman gent. Citizen &=l8abell da. of William Eandall of 



Pewterer of London. 



Shrawley in com. Wigom. 



I I 

James Eedman. Agnes. 



I 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



55 



Bale* 

Abhb. Sabley an a chevron or between three cranes rising ardent seven torteaux. 

Wiirmus Dale de Bristowe.=. . . filia Winter. 



I 

Henry 
Dale 
Bon & 
heyre. 

Emery 
da. of 
Cordall. 

I 



Mathew Dale of =Mary da. of Chapman of Bathe 



Bristowe gent. 



in com. Som'set. 



Ehzab. maried 
to Gregory 
Isham of 
London, now 
of Branston in 
com. Northt. 



I 

John Dale=Elizabeth 
2 Sonne daughter 
Citizen and of William 
haberdasher Lane of 
of London. London 
grocer. 



Mathew 3= 
Sonne 
Judge in 
Guildhall 
London 
A« 1612. 



1 Elizabeth. 2 Alice. 3 Anne. Matheus Dale. 



L 



=Mar^ret da. of 
William Cock 
of London. 
Abms. Quarterly 

^les and argent^ 

m chirfa. 

a crescent for 

difference. 



. I 

Elizabeth maned to Mary. 
— Packer of London. 



€rtiejSbit]k. 



Abms. Quarterly oftix: — 1. Argent, on a chevron gules five bezants, 2. Argent, a 
chevron between three eagles' heads erased scAle. 3. Or, a chevron gules, 
4. Chiles, a fees between six crosses crossUt within a bordure or. 5. Or, two 
bends compony argent and gules, 6. Chiles, a chevron wavy between three stags* 
heads caboshed argent. 

Cbebt. Out of a ducal coronet gules a boards head per pale argent and sable, 

Hugh Erdeswick father of = Joan da. of — Bassett 



Hugh and John. 



of Blore. 



I 

John Erdeswick 2 sonne.= 



Hugh 1 Sonne. 



Bichard Erdeswick.=Margaret da. of — Galamore. 



iciu 



Bichard Erde8wick.=Joane da. of Edward 

Bright of London. 



Helen mar. to 
William Butter. 



56 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



Bramstone* 

Asms. Or, on a fess sahle three plates. 

Crest. A tim fesiwayg or, thereon a raven sahle holding in his beak a carnation^ 
branch proper. 

Hugh Bramstone of London, gent.=Elizabeth da. of — Noma of London. 

i I 

Thomas Agnes maned to 
2 Sonne. Xpofer Campion 
of London, 
mercer. " 



John Bramstone, citizen <Sb=Margaret daughter 



Mercer of London he 
maried to his 2 wife 
Elizabeth da. of William 
Chambers. 



of Thomas 
Symonds of 
London. 



Boger Bramstone 
his only sonne. 



Elizabeth maried 
to Gheorge Buck. 



G-race maried to 
George Selye. 



Anne 3 daughter. 



J^oUanti. 



Asms. Azure, a lion rampant guardant between four crosses pattd argent. 



Bobert Holland, gentleman.= 



Joh 



n Holland of =Helenor da. of -^ Shurley Will'm. Henry. Joane. 



Surrey, gent. 



of Surrey. 



William Holland, Citizen and==Elizabeth da. of £ob^ Bolt 



Mercer of London. 



of London, mercer. 



Wi 



I I 

liam Holland 1 sonne. 2 Thomas. 8 Bichard. Joane. Mary. 



i,tt. 



Asms. Argent, on a fess between three leopards^ heads sable a crescent or. 

Thomas Lee of Enfeild in=Margarett da. of — Poyner 



Staffordshier, gent. 



Bichard Lee 
1 sonne. 



of Strochley. 



Thomas Lee, 2 sonne Citizen=Mary da. of John Holmden. 
and grocer of London. Abms. Sable, a fess between two 

chevrons ermine. 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



67 



SIBalton. 

Abms. Argenty on a fleur-de-lis gules, a mullet or. 

Thomas Walton of Hamme in com. Som'sett gent.= 



'William= 
Walton 
1 Sonne. 



nn = 



Sichard 

Walton 

his 

only 

Sonne. 



Jotin 
Walton 
2 Sonne. 



\ 



Thomas 
Walton. 



I. 
Elizabeth da.=William Walton 8=Joane da. of — 

of — Longe. 



I I 
Alex- 
ander 



Henry Wal- 
ton 8 Sonne. 



An- Bob* 4 
drew. Sonne. 

Francis 6 
Sonne. 



Sonne of Shop- 
wike. 



Lee of the Isle 
of Wight. 



I I 
Richard Wal- 
ton eldest 
Sonne. 

Jane maried 
to GefFry 
Shercome. 



I 



Dunstan Wal- 
ton, 2 Sonne 
citizen <ft 
mercer of 
London. 



=Blanch 
da. of 
Wiirm 
Wat- 
son of 
Lon- 
don. 



WBil^^mon. 



Abms. Quart&rlg : — 1 and 4. Oules, afess voir between two unicorns courant or, 2. 
Urmine, on a ehevron engrailed sable three roses argent. (Gilbebd.) 8. 
Argent, a /ess gules between three parrots vert beaked and cotlared of the second, 

(liOHLXT.) 



John Wilkynson of Oold- 
hanger in com. Essex 
gent. 



: Jane da. and heyre of John Gilberd sonne & heire of 
Nicholas Gilberd and Elizabeth his wife da. and 
heyre of Will*m Lomley 3 sonne to Bafe Lomley 
first Lo. Lomley. 



I I 

Gilbert Wilkynson 1 8onne=Anne da. of — Glynne. Christopher Wilkynson 2 
of Goldhanger. 



sonne. 



I 
Sichard Wilkynson 1= 

sonne Citizen and 

Draper of London. 



:Agnes da. 
of Amp- 
cotts. 



John 2 Olive maried to Mary maried to 
sonne. Nicholas Grave. John Davy of 

Essex. 



Thomas Wilkinson 2. John. 3. Peter. 4 Christopher. Martha 1 da. 
1 Sonne. 



!■» 



58 



THE VISITATION OF LONIX)N. 



BatDt)ne^« 



Abhs. QuleSy Jive funis conjoined in fess argent^ on ike centre one a fleur-de-lia 
sable, 

John Dawbney of London, gent.:= Alice da. of — Edes of Warwickshier. 



Oliver Dawbney of 
London, gent. 



^Elizabeth da. of 
— Draynep. 



Sowland Dawbney. 



I . 

Joane marled to — Higgins 

of London. 



Anne. 



Abmb. SahlCy afiss danceite ermine between three doves argent^ beaked and legged 

gules ; in chief a crescent or for difference, 
Cbest. a dove argent^ wings sable, charged with a crescent for difference, 

Henry Dove of Stradbroke in com. Suff. gent.== Alice da. of — Nowell. 



Cbristopber Eobert Dove 2 
Dove, eldest sonne Citizen 
Sonne. and March* 

Taylor of 
London. 



=Lettice da. of 
Nicholas 
Bull of Lon- 
don. 



I 
Joane maried 

to Nicholas 

H. 



Eleonor maried to 
Nicholas Han- 
son of London. 



I 



T 



Bobert Dove 1 sonne. 2. John. B, Henry. 4 Thomas. 5 Bic 



ichard. 



a«trp. 



Abms. Barry wavy of six argent and azure, on a chief gules three bezants ; a cres* 
cent for difference, 

S' Bafe Astrey, Knight, he maried to his 1 wife,=y=Margarett da. of — Hill. 
Margery by whom he had no issue. 



I I 

William Astry 1 sonne=Isabell da. of — Pigott of Bechington Eafe Astry 2 



and heyre. 



in com. Buck. 



sonne. 



I 

Thomas 
Astry 1 
sonne. 



Francis Astry 2= 
sonne of Lon- 
don, gent. 



^Elizabeth da. of Oliver 
Smyth of London. 



Elizabeth maried to 
Wniiam Bugby of Hun- 
tingdonshire. 



\ : 



t I 
t 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



59 



^otDtiealk* 



Abms. Argent^ on a fen daneettS gvles an annulet or, from the minister chief an 
arm issuing from clouds proper vested gules, touching in the chief point a heart 
of the last between two spear-hectds sable, pointing inwards. 

GxEST. A dexter arm erect, couped at the elbow, vested gules, charged with an annU' 
let or^ cuffed wUh a frill argent, holding in the hand proper a heart of the first. 

William Sowdeak al's Sowtheak of Gomberland.==l8al>ell da. of — Hutton. 



John Thomas 2 sonne. George Sowdeake 5 Bonne,: 
Sudeke — citizen and grocer of 

1 Bonne. William 3 sonne. London. 



=Elizabeth da. of Anthony 
Philip Qonter 4 sonne. 
of London. 



William 



Soudeak. 



Anne. 



^ttm. 



Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4:. Argent, on a bend engrailed sable three bulW heads 
couped of the field, 2 and 3. Argent, a Moor's head sable banded round the 
forehead of the first and second, between three fleurs-de-lis of the second, 

CsESir. Out of a ducal coronet gules, a bull's head argent, 

Bryan Heton of LancaBhier.===Gatarine da. of Thurston Anderton of Anderton. 



Wi 

sonne, Citizen & 
Marchant Taylor 
of London. 



I 



liam Heton l=Eose da. of John Copwood of James 

Tatredge in com. Hertf. Heton 

Abms. Argent,from the dexter 2 
chirf a pile engrailed gules, sonne. 
surmounted by another sable 
between two eagles displayed vert„ 



I 
Augustyne 

3 sonne. 



I 

4 Albany 
Heton. 



I 

Awdrey. 



I 

Anne. 



Barney. 

Abms. Per pale azure and gules, a cross engrailed argent, 

John Barney of Beedham in=Margaret da. of Sir Boger Wentworth 



Norff. 



of Goddam in Essex. 



I 

John 
Barney 
1 sonne. 



Bobert Bamey: 
2 sonne of 
London gent. 



:Margarett da. of — 
Kenrick widow of 
Edmond Gurway of 
London. 



I .1 

Mary 1 da. maned to Amy 2 

Bobert Jenney after daugh- 

to — Brampton. ter. 



Anne his only daughter. 



60 THE VISITATION OF LONDON.' 



^anfortie« 

Asms. Argent, on a chevron between three doves sable, beaked and legged gules, an 
annulet or. 

Hugh Sanforde of Miluerton in com. Somersetsh. gent.=Maud his wife. 



William Sanforde.=Agne8 da. of Nicolas Bodway. 



John Sanforde=Agnes da. of — Bonvile. 



Anne da. of . . . =John Sanforde of Mil-=Margarett da. of Andrew Harlewyn 



uerton. 



of Colompton. 



Ill II I I ^ I I 

Eichard James. Bartholomew 3. George. Edward San- =Marg'y da. Bald- 
San- — 1 Sonne. — forde 5 sonne of G-iles wyn 
forde. Alice. — 4 Henry. Citizen & Bruges of San- 

Xpofer 2 Marchantay- London forde 

sonne unto lor of Lon- Draper. 6 

whome the don. sonne. 

land was con- 
veyed. 



Benne. 

Abms. Argent, afess dancettd gules between three dragons^ heads erased vert. 
Cbebt. a tiger statant ermine, dueally gorged and tufted or. 

Henry Benne of Saffron "Walden in Essex.== 
John Benne, yeoman of the Crowne= — da. of John Burrell of Wormley in 



to King H. 7 and H. 8. 



com. Hertf. Sergeant at Armes to K. H. 
7 and H. 8. 



I I I 

Thomas Benne Bobert Benne=£lizabeth da. and coheyre Mercy first maried 



1 Sonne ob. Citizen and 

s. p. Ironmonger 

of London. 



of Beignold Woodeson. to . . . Eobson after 
Abms. Or, on a cross azure, to . . . Derick. 

pierced qf the ^Id, four 

eagles displayed or. 



I I 

Anthony Benne. John Benne. 



Ai 






THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



6i 



i^onge. 



AjftMS. Sabls semi of crosses crosslet^ a lion rampant argent within a hordure en- 
grailed or, 

Simon Longe of London, gent.=: Alice da. of — Huglett who maried 

the da. of — BLirkby of Essex. 



Morris Longe Citizen & Clothworker of= 
London he maried to his 2°^ wife Jane 
da. of — May te of Abingdon. 



John 
Longe 
1 
Sonne. 



: Margaret da. of — 
Hamond of Hart- 
fordshire his 1 wife. 



Mary maried to 
W° Allen of Lon- 
don Alderman. 



I I I 

2. Anthony. 

3. Will-. 

4. Eob*. 



5. George. Alice. Margaret. Ehzab. 

6. Morris. Mary. 

7. Simon. Anne. 



Juditha. 



ii^aistin. 



AuMS. Per pale argent and sable, a chevron counterchanged, in chief an annulet or, 
CuEST. Out of clouds proper two arms embowed vested ermine, holding in the hands 
proper a sun in splendour or. 



William Lason of Osworth in the= — da. of John Hedworth 



Bishoprick of Durham. 



of Hanrerton. 



Thomas Lason 
1 Sonne. 



2 Bobert. 

3 Will". 

4 John. 



George Lason: 
6 Sonne of 
London, gent. 



I 

Alice. 



rla: 



:Catarine da. of Robert Rowland 

Smarte of London. 6 sonne. 

Asms. Argent^ on a bend engrailed azure 

between two demi-greyhounds couped 

sable auit6 d^or, three thistles vert 

seedea or. 



Agnes. 



I 

Catharine. 



62 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



#feeober* 



Abms. Srminef on a chief gule^ three hezante, the centre one charged with a mullet 

table. 
Cbest. An oak-tree verty acorned or, 

Philip Okeouer.=Elizabeth da. of — Babington. 



:Sibill da. of Henry White 
of Brietowe. 



Saie Okeouer 2 Philip. 
1 Sonne. 



Eouland Okeouer 3 sonne^ 
Citizen and Marchant 
Taylor of London. 



r 



I 



I 



Bafe Okeouer 1 sonne. Elizabeth. Susan. Sara. 



Wimton. 

Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Argent, a chevron and in dexter chief an annulet table, 
2. Ermine, a chevron engrailed between three grifflns* heads erased gules. 
(Laxtok.) 3. Ermine, a chief indented gules. 

Cbist. An eagle preying on a dove proper, 

Thomas Wanton citizen and= Joane da. of John Laxtbn and heyre to S' W*" 



G-rocer of London. 



Laxton brother of the sayd John. 



I • 

1 John Wanton: 
1 Sonne of 
London gent. 



=Mary da. of 
Wiirm 
Bamsey of 
London 
Grocer. 



I I I 

2 William. 

3 Thomas. 

4 Nicholas. 



Catieurine maried 
to William 
Bodnam of 
London, grocer. 



Mary Martha, 
maned 
to Eob't 
Farrar. 



Abms. Oules, a griffin segreant or, a chief indented per f ess of the second and ermine, 
Cbest. 4 mountain-cat ermine, 

John Browne of Bayly in com. Essex gent.=Agnes his wife. 



Tho. Browne, Citizen and=Gertrude da. and one of the heyres of 



Lronmonger of London. 



Cornelius Yander Dilst in Holland. 



JTohn Browne 
sonno & heyre. 



2 Edward. 3 Cornelius. 



6 Bobert. Gertrude 1 daughter. 



4 Thomas. 6 Peter. 2 Audrey, 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 63 



Wiu^tx. 



Abms. Or, two lions passant in pale azure toithin a hordure gules charged with eight 
martlets or, 

Bethsaba daughter=Thoma8 Wayer of London gent, Citizen= — da. of — Bluett 
of — Cortes. I and Fishmonger of London. 1 wife. 



Bichard Wayer 3 Isack. Susan. Eliz. Thomas Wayre al's Wayere 

2 Sonne. — — — his eldest sonne. 

4 Jacob. Anne. Bethsaba. 



^attenson* 

Abms. Argent, on afess sable three fletMrs-de-lis or. 

Cbest. Out of a ducal coronet proper a horse* s head sable semi of plates. 

John Pattenson of Cheriburton in com.=Ellen da. of Bryan Chew 



Ebor gent. 



Knight. 



Joh'nes Patenson Brianus Patenson Citizen=Alice da. of William Kede of litle 



1 Sonne. and Yintonner of London 

2 Sonne. 



holme al*s of the Wood in the 
County of York. 



I I I . I 

Brian Patenson 1 sonne. 2 Eobert. Christian. Prudence. 



3Ba(]ki)i:iu$(e. 



Abms. Ter saltire azure and or, a saltire oouped ermine. 

Cbest. An eagle vert, armed or, wings closed, preying upon a snake proper. 

Thomas Backhouse of Whitrige in=Elen da. of John Parkyn of Hartloo 



com. Cumbr. gent. 



in Cumb'land. 



Nicholas Backhowse gent.=Anne da. of Tho. Curson of Croxall in Darbishier. 

Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Azure, on a bend between 
two lions rampant argent, three popinjays vert, beaked 
and legged gules, 2. Vairg or and gules, on a chirf 
sable, three horseshoes argent. 3. Ailes, on a bend 
argent three martlets sable. 



I.I I ., I 

Samuel Backhouse 2. Miles. Sara maned to Nicholas Fuller Coun- Mary. 

1 sonne. — sellor at lawe, alias Fulwer. 

8. Bowland. 



64 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



Arms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Or, a chevron between three hoara^ heads eouped scible. 

2. Or^ afe89 dancettd sable, in chief a martlet gules, (Yayasob.) 3. Fer pale 

or and ardent, three crescents ermines. 
Cbest. a horse's head erased per Jess ermine and ff ides. 

John Warner of London Alderman.== 



)hn 



Jonn Warner of Haring==Blizabetli da. of Vavasor arid brother to 



in com. Midd. Ar. 



Justice Yavasor of Yorkshier. 



I 
William Bobert Warner 2 sonne,: 

Warner of Strowd in com. Midd. 

8. p. brother & heyre to 

William. 



:Julian da. and heyre of Elizabeth maried to 

John G-reene of Lon- William Bearde 

don brother A heyre of of Midd. gent. 
Sergeant Greene. 



I 



Anne da. and coheyre==Marke Warner Esq' of London and=Elizabeth da. of 

" " " " Philip Meredith of 

LondoD gent. 2 
wife. 



of William Eobyns of 
London, Alderman. 



Midd. Sonne & heyre. 

His 8^ wife was Inomasin da. of 

William Browne of Elamberds in 

Essex. 



I 
Elizabeth maried to Tho. Stamp of John Warner sonne & Other sonnes 

Avenon in com. Bark. gent. heyre. without issue. 

They are dwelling at Strowte Greene in Midlesex. 



4Mt^< 



Abms. Argent, on a cross flory azure between four Cornish choughs sable, beaked 

and legs gules, a lion passant guardant or, 
Cbest. A demi-lion rampant per pale or and azure, collar counterchanged, holding 

in his paws an olive branch vertfructed or. 

0£Biey duzit filiam — Cradoke.== 



S' Thomas Offley obijt die: 
Mercurij, 29 Aug* 1582 
inter horas 2 & 3 in 
matutino. 



:Joane da. of John Nichells and his sole heyre. 

Abhs. Q,uarterly : — 1 and 4. Azture, on a chevron or 
between two scales displayed in chief, and in bcue a lion 
passant qfthe last, a hurt charged with a leopard's head 
argent, enclosed by two torteaur, each charged with an 
escallop qfthe third, 2 and 3. Argent, a chevron gules 
between four tassels sable. 



I 



Henry Offley his only sonne and heyre.==Mary da. to Sir John White Knight. 

Thomas. 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



65 



^nei8. 



Abics. >^rgerU^ a lion rampant giMrdarU gules within an oris of torteaux, 

Gkopge Anes of Valiodely in Spayne=Elizabeth da. of — Eotriges. 
al's Vallodolid. 



Francis Anes sonne: 
& heyre. 



I 

Erasmus Anes 
only Sonne. 



Dunstan Anes 2 = 
Sonne to George 
was Purveyour & 
Marchant for the 
Queenes Matyes 
Grocery. 



:Constance 
daughter 
of Symon 
Buyse. 



I 

Joane maried 
to John 
Delony of 
London. 



I I I I I I I I I 

Hester. Benjamin 2. Jacob. 

— Anes 1 — 

Agnes, son. 8. Diego. 



Mary. 
Bachel. 



I' ' 

6. Henry. 

7. WiU'm. 



4. Eoger. 8. George. 

5. Thomas. 



Sara maried to 
Boger Lopez 
Doctor of 
Phisick. 

Elizab. 



71 

Avis 2 da. 
of George 
maried to 
Lewis 
Biliard. 



I I 

Anthony 
Delony. 



John. 



I I 
Olif. 



— Susan. 



^e 



Bralitjerp. 



Abms. Quarterlg : — 1 and 4. Sable, a chevron ermine between three round buckles 
argent, 2 and 8. Argent, a chevron between three chess rooks sable, 

Cbest. a demi-dove argent, fretty gules, holding in the beak a slip of barberry vert, 
fructed of the first, 

John Bradbury of Lichfield Gent.=:Elizabeth da. of — Leftchilde. 



I I 

John Bradbery 1 John Bradbery 2^roane da. of Thomas Wison of 



Sonne. 



Sonne. 



Bednoll grene. 



Thomas Bradbery John 2 sonne. 8 Jonas. 
1 Sonne. 



4 Bichard. 6 Peter. Eliz. 

5 Edward. Helen. 



iiifij^eio;. 



Abms. Gules, a fess between three water-spaniels argent, each holding in their 

mouths a bird bolt in bend or, 
Cbest. a water-spaniel argent, holding in its mouth a bird bolt or, 

K 



66 THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



Cooper* 



Asms. Argent, three martlets gules, on a chief engrailed of the second cts many annu' 

lets or. 
Cbest. a lion^s gamb erect or, holding a branch vert, fructed gules. 

Bicliard Cooper of Madeley in com. Salop.== 



Editha da. of — Sinith=Bichard Cooper=Sibill da. of William Hopkyns of 



of London. of London ge^t. 



Hanbery in Worcestershire. 



Lionell Cooper his sonne & heyre. 



9]^tli))don* 



Abms. Sahle, a ohlsvron ermine between three hats expanded araent, 
Cbest. A horse's head or, crined sable, holding in his mouth an oak branch vert, 
acomed or, 

Mathew Philipson of Kendall in com.=Anne da. of — Boothe of 



Ebor gent. 



Lincolnsbier. 



Bobert Philipson=Margaret da. of John Mark 2 Ehzabeth maried to John 
Sonne & heyre of Parker of London. sonne. Coxston of London. 

London, gent. Abhs. Argent, on afess 

between three pheons sable, as mang bezants. 



Abms. Azure, a fees between three lions* heads erased or, 
Cbest. A tiger sejant ermine. 

Christian da. of=John Nicolls of London, gent at thi8=£llen da. of James Holt 
— Thomson 1 present controller of the workes at of Stubley in Com. Lane, 
wife. London Bridge and all other lands Arms. Argent, on a bend 

and revenues of the same, <& in engrailed sable, three 

charge for provision of Come for fleurs-de-lis qfthef^ld. 

the City of London. 



Mary maried to Francis Elizabeth maried to Edmond Cook of Lizenes 
Oarrad. in Kent, gent. 



nrr 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



67 



^uxta. 



Abms. Oules, a chevron ardent between three Saracens' heads couped at the shoulders 

or, eyes proper, 
Cbest. a goaCs head erased argent ^ armed or. 

Hum&ej Sares of Title in com, Ebor geiit.= 



Edmond Sares of Horsliam in= Joane da. of — Day of Title 
Sussex gent. in Yorkshier. 



I 

John Sares 
of Sand- 
wicli 1 
Sonne. 



Catarine da. of=Thoma8 Sare8=Catarine da. of Henr. 



Edw. Lovell. 

A&M8. Argent, a 
chevron between 
three wolves* 
heads erased 
gules. 



alias Saris of 

London 

gent. 



Chevall of London 

Draper. 

Asms Or, three nags* 
heads couped sablsr 
bridled argent. 



I I 

John Sares 2 Henry. 
1 Sonne. 



I 



Joane maried to Eichard 
Bushe of London. 



iichi 



Bichard 
Sares. 



Joane 
maried to 
Edmond 
Lane of 
London. 



Q«orge. 



idranjie. 



Abhs. Aaure, a chevron between three lions r€mpant or^ on a chief of the second 

three escallops aules within a bordure compony of the second and last. 
Cbest. A gr\ffins head erased sable, beaked and eared or, charged with three bezants. 

Bichard Gh*ange.: 



John Grange of Wolsingham in com. Cestr.=Alice his wife. 



Gteorge G-range sonne and heyre of Bishop8==Margaret da. of Bob't Johnson of 



Aukland in com. Diinelm. 



Hunwike in com. Dunelm. 



John Grange Citizen and Haberdasher of=Elizabeth da. of Thomas Dow 



London sonne & heyre. 



thwayte of Cumberland. 



John 



Ghrange sonne Susan maried to Bobert Dayis of 
& heyre. High Holbome g^nt. 



68 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



ilatmiep* 



Abms. Sable, a chevron ermine between three rams heads erased argent^ homed or. 
Cbest. a grifflfCs head erased 'per f ess indented argent and sable, m hase guttie d^or, 

Jolin Bamsej of Eatonbridge in com. Cantij.== 



I 
WiU'inus 

1 filius. 



Mary da. to 
William 
Dale of 
Bristowe 
marehant 
B. p. 



I I 

:S' Thomas = Alice da. of Bevis Bichard 

Bamsey Lee of Stafford- 3 sonne 

Sheriff of shier s. p. s. p. 

London A9 Arms. Argent, on afess 

1568, after between three leopards* 

mayor s. p. heads sable, a crescent or. 



Jone mar. 
to — New- 
man. 

Elizabeth 
Bamsey. 



Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Per pale or and argent, an eagle displayed sable. 2 
and 8. Quarterly aules and or, in the first and fourth three fieurs-de-lis argent] 
over all a trefoil slipped azure, (Massib.) 

Cbest. A griffirCs head erased bendy of six sable and argent. 

Bandolf Birde of Towley in com. Ce8tr.==da. of — Marbury. 



Bichard Bird sonne & heyre.=da. of — Davenport of Henbury. 



Bichard Bird sonne & heyre.==da. & heyre of — Doddon. 



John Byrde of Towley .=da. of William Chantrell of the Bache. 



John Birde of Towley .=== Anne da. of John Delves Esq. 



I 

John Bird 1 sonne. 



Thomas Bird== 
2 sonne. 



Bichard Bird 8 sonne. 



I 

Boger Birde 1 sonne 
ob. s. p. 



Hugh Byrde=Alice da. of — 
2 sonne. of Wilteshier. 



Horton John Bird 
3 sonne. 



to Biobert 
Burges of 
Wilteshier. 



illii 



William Byrde Esq.: 
Customer owtward 
to the Queenes 
Maty for London. 



:Mirabell da. 
of Tho. 
Bivett of 
Suffolk. 



•Alice maried 
to — Isher 
of Wiltshier. 



to John 
Warder of 
Wiltshier. 



Thomas Byrde 1 son. 2 William. 3 Walter. 4 Francis. 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



69 



Sbtn^t^* 



Abms. Per pale or and azure, a chevron ardent between three lions counterchanged, 
Cbest. a tiger*8 head erased argent pellette, collared sable bezanti and chained or. 



Thomas Smyth Esq. Collector of the Queens^ 
Mat^ Subsidy for tonage and Poundage & 
farmor for tne Custome and subsidy 
inwards. 



I 

Mary married to Bobert Dayys 
Esq' Beceiyer for Wales. 



: Alice da. of S' Andrew Judde of 

London, Knight. 

Arms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Chiles, a 

fes8 ragul4 betioeen three boars' 

heads couped argent, 2 and 3. 

Azure, three lums rampant within a 

bordure argent. 



3. Johanna. 4. Catarine. 



Yrsula maried to Simon Hard- 
ing of London gent. 



5 Ahce. Elizabeth 



i 



Andrew Smyth 
Sonne & heyre. 



2 John. 

3 Thomas. 



I I 

4. Henry. 
5 Bichard. 



I 



I 



6. Eobert. Simon. 



Abms. Argent^ within a cross voided between four lions rampant Jive estoiUs sable. 

William Billingsley of London gent,=Elizabeth da. of 



Citizen and Haberdasher of London. 



— Hardy. 



William Eicnard Henry Billingsley: 
Billingsley 2 sonne. of London gent, 
1 Sonne. customer for the 

Queens Mat* 
Custome for 
Strangers. 



=Elizabeth da. <& heyre of Henir Boome 
and of his wife da. & coheyr of — 
Massy ob. 29 July 1677. 
Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Azure, two 

lions passant argejit. 2. Argent, a Jess 

sable, in chirf two mullets gules. 

3. Argent, two bars and a canton gules, 

over all a bend sable. 



I 



I 



I 



Henry Billingsley 1 sonne. Thomas 2 sonne^ Bichard 3 sonne. 



70 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



4lrep. 



Abms. Barry of six ardent and azure, on a hend gules arose of the field. 
Cbest. On a mount vert a bear argent. 



Eichard Grey gent, descended of a youngei 
brother of — Grey of Botherfeild. 



I 

Walter Grey his son and heir. 



Margery da. of==B*ichard Grey of London, gent.=Dorothy da. of Simon Lynch of 

Cranbrok in Kent. 
Abhs. Sable, three leopards ramp- 
ant argent, spotted <i^ the field. 



— Henley of 
Cornwall. 



Searcher for the Queenes 
Maty* Custome. 



Mathew 
Grey 
4 Sonne. 



I 

Humfrey 5. Helena. 



William Grey 2 Henry. Margarett maried to 
Sonne and — Will" Langhome 

heyre. 3 Edmond. of London, drap. 



gounfl. 



James Young of Chames in com. Staff.=Anne da. of — Perivs of Shropshier. 



I I I 

John Bichard Yonng 8 Humfry. 
Young of London 
1 Sonne. Packer to the 
Strangers. 

Joane da. of — Croston 
of Westchester. 



I 

Margery 
mar. to — 
Dickons 
of com. 
Bedf. 



Dorothy 
mar. to 
— Man- 
waring of 
Peyer 
Cheshier. 



Francis Younge sonne & heyre. 



Anne maried to 
Boger Hinton 
of Itichardon 
in Shropshier. 



liable sive With. 



Abhs. Quarterly embattled argent and sable, in first quarter a mullet count erchanged, 
Cbest. A wyvern argent, wings or. 



\ 



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THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 71 



*Jtltpp«* 



Abms. Or, a lion rampant table, ducally gorged and chained of the field. 
Cbest. a lion sefant sable, diteallg gorged and chained or, 

Bobert Philipps of — =Elizabetha daughter of — Mampas. 



John Philipps sonne and heyre.^ Joane da. of Eichard Clayton. 



William Philipps of London gent.= Joane da. of Tho. Houghton, 
one of the Queens Mat' Gus- Arms. Sable, three bars argent, 

tomers for the WooU. *» dexter chirfa bezant. 



Abms. Argent, a chevron sable between three foxes^ heads erased gules. 
Henry Lovell of Skelton in com. Ebor. gent.=Margarett daughter of — Gby 



a second brother of the same howse. 



of Leicestershier. 



^Thomas Lovell of London gent.===Mai^arett da. of — Pikering 



one of the Queenes Ma*^' 
Customers for Wooll. 



of Hasellwood in Yorkshire. 



i \ 1 

Elizabeth 1 daughter. Elizabeth 2 daughter. Margaret. 



tmi^tm. 



Abms. Or, three bars azure. 
Cbest. A dragon* s head argent. 



Abms. Qules, a bend argent fretty sable, between three griffins' heads erased or, 
Cbest. Out of a ducal coronet or, a demi-heraldie panther argent spotted vert, gules 
and azure, holding in his paw a branch of laurel slipped vert f rue ted gules, 

Eichard Woore of London.= 



72 THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



Wihn^ttsi* 



[Abms. Ardent, a cross iahle, Jretty of the field, in the first quarter a fieur-de4u 

gules, 
Cb£st. a game'cock proper, leaked and wattled gules, charged on the breast with a 

fieur-de-lis of the last. 

Granted by Wm. Dethick and Wm. Camden, Clarenceux, 1697.] 

Thomas Thwaytes of Tork8hier.= 



William Thwaytes of Cheping Wickham in com. Buek.= 



illi 



William Thwaytes Citizen and Alderman of London (1597). 



Curfeet of S^onHon. 

Abms. Argent, an orle sable within an orle of eight martlets gules. 
Cbest. On a ducal coronet argent a stag trippant proper. 



Abms. Per saltire argent and sable, in chief and in base an eagle displayed counter- 
changed. 
Cbest. A griffir^s head erased sable, gutty or. 

Edward Jackman, Alderman==Ann da. of Humphrey Pakington. 

, «, .«. A-T 1 A- Abms. Quarterly: — land^. Per chevron sable 

and argent in chief three mullets or, in base as 
many garbs gules, 2. Argent, on afess between 
gix martlets gules three quatrrfoils of the field. 
(Was^boubkb.) 3. Argent, on a bend azure 
three martlets or. (Habdiko.) 



and Sheriff of London A^ 
D°i 1564. 



John Jackman, eldest sonne & heyre,= Jane 2 da. of Richard Lambart, 



of London, grocer. 



Alderman of London. 



Edward Jackman of Hacton in the Liberty=Margaret da. of S' Edward Sulliard 



of Haveringe in the County of Essex. 



of Freminges in com. Essex K'. 



I. John Jackman.=Jane da. of Peter Bettes- 1 Edward. Anne m. Bobert 

worth of Com. Sussex. Poleby. 



) 

/. 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 73 



|i WiWttt alias Wioltt 

Arms. Argent^ on a chevron gules three towers triple-towered of the fields on a can- 
ton azure afieur-de-lis or, 
Cbest. a tiger's head erased ermine^ ducally gorged and tufted or, 

Henry Villett alias Violett of London and now of Kent. 



^uarUs* 



John Quarles Esq^ Citizen & Draper of London, died 12 day 
of November 1577. 



Celieastle. 

Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Argent, three pales sable, on a chief azure as many 
lions* heads erased or, 2 and 3. Argent, on a fess gules three crescents or 
between two cotiees wavy sable ; impaling vert a chevron between three roses or, 
a chief indented ermine, (May.) 

coneess. p' E. Cook Clarenceux, AP D'ni 1690. 

John Tedcastle of London sup'stes 1590.=ElizabetIi May his wife. 



Asms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. QuUs, an eagle displayed and a chief or, 2 and 3. 

SaiblCi a chevron between three dexter hands fessways clenched argent, erased 

gules. 
Cbest. A snake vert entwined round a broken column or. 

— Hanson of London Citizen.= — his wife da. of — . 

Asms. Argent, a chevron ermines 
between three martlets sable. 
(£dwabds8 or JastisP). 



1^ 



74 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



Colston. 



John Colston of Corby in com. Lmcoln.=: 



Eobert Colston of Corby= 
in com. Lincoln. 



: Catherine da. and coh. 
of — Mallorye. 



IMic 
Colston. 



icnael= 



I 

Q-abriell Colston^ 
of London 
Fishmonger. 



idil 



Judith Sir Mi-: 

twise chael 

maried Hickes 

in 2 husb. 
Sussex. 



:3 Elizabeth: 
Colston. 



: Alice da. to 
Michael 
Eoxe of 
London 
Q-rocer. 



Elizabeth maried 
to W" Plecher 
of London 
Salter ob. s. p. 



I 

Alice mar. to 
Eichard Brookes 
of London, 
Sopeboyler. 



i 



:Henrye 
Parvish 
of Lon- 
don 
March* 
1 husb**. 



idil 



Judith 
died 
s. p. 



I 

Ealphe=Alice 



Col- 
ston of 
Essex. 



Piers 

da. to 

— piers 

linen 

draper 

of 

London. 



I 

2 Anne 

maried 

to Sir 

Thomas 

Lowe 

Knight 

Alder- 

man of 

London. 



J 



ilrm Elizabeth 
Hickes. Hickes. 

John 
Hickes. 



5 Elizabeth 
mar. to — 
Trott. 



Anne 



MM 

Gabriel Parvish. 



Ellen. George, s. p. 

Mary. Henry Parvish 

maried in Venice. 

3 Sonne. 

Thomas Parvish 

4 Sonne. 



Gabriell 
Colston 
now 
living. 



Alice 
maried 
to — 
Bell, a 
mar- 
chant of 
London. 



iV 



T 



Cohn 
Brookes 
& 

4 Henry 
B. p. 



I I 

8 Gtkbriel Anne mar. 

Bropkes. to — 

Thomell 

of Sand- 

. ^ich. 



Elizabeth Christopher Alice 



Brook 
mar. to 
Tristram 
Basford 
marchant & 
haberdasher 
of London. 



Brookes 
2 Sonne. 



Brookes 
maried 
Eob't 
Throny- 
ton of 
London 
haber- 
dasher & 
marchant. 



Margery 
maried in 
Essex. 

Catherine 
maried to 
Nicolas 
Thompson 
Sopeboyler. 



i 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



75 



— widowe 
of — 
Swajnes 
of Hun- 
tmgdon. 



=John 



Colston: 
2 Sonne of 
— Lincoln- 
shire twise 
married. 



:Mary da. of John Disney that maried= 
Elizabeth Walcott of Lincolnshier 
She maried to her 2 husb. Francis 
CowdraV. 



John 
s. p. 



Henry 
Cowdray 
ob. s. p. 



Elizabeth Cowdray 
mar. to Henry 
Colston of London 

Fishmonger. 

« 



:Bartholomew 
Hardeby or 
Harby 3* 
husband of 
Mary, 



I 

Henry = 

Colston 

of 

London 

Fish- 

monger. 



" I 

Grace 
maried 
to 

Kichard 
Q-illman 
of Not- 
tingham 

and Henry Yeoman. 

her brothers. = 



=Elizabeth 
Cowdrey 
da. of 
Francis 
Cowdrey 
Aheyre 
to John 



George: 
Colston 
of Lin- 
colnsh. 



=Elizabeth 
Coulby of 
Burnt 
Broughton 
a widow. 



I 

2 Brian 
ob. s. p. 

• 

1 Daniel 
Harby 
marr. Anne 
da. of 
Daniel 
Disney de 
com. Line. 



I I 
Susanna mar. to 

Bobert Higgen- 
bottom of Lon- 
don, merchant 
Tailor. 

Jane Harby 
mar. to Boger 
Fenton Brasier 
of London. 



John Colston: 
of London 
Barbour 
Chirurgion 
1613. 



: — da. of 
Fenton. 



I I 

William Colston. 

Anne mar. to 
Edward G-rifl5n of 
London Printer. 



)hn Gil- = 



John Gil- 

man 

Yeoman. 



Anne da. of 
Thomas Cos- 
terdine of 
Bundington 
in com. Nott. 



1 

Daniel 
Colston. 



Margaret Gilman. 



Mary. 



76 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



JflfetlU alias gLoVoe^ 



AbMs. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Per fess vert and ardent a pale cownterchangedy on the 
first three acorns or, (Fifield.) 2 and 3. Argent^ six ogresses^ three, two, and 
one, a mullet gules, (Lacy.) 

John Fifeild alias Lowe.= 
Eichard Fifeild alias Lowe.= 



Joh'nes Fifeild.= 



Balfe Lowe.= 



Christoplier Lacj 3 sonne to Gilbert: 
Lacy of Yorkshier. 



I 

Elizabeth mar. 
to — Draper 
of Gamberwell. 



Anne. Elizabeth. 
Margar. Lettice. 



Simon= Margaret da. Anne da. & coheyre 
Lowe. & coheyre of maried to (Rich^ 
Xpofer Lacy. Hills of London. 



Timothy Lowe. 
John. 



Elizabeth 
mar. to — 
Andrew. 



I J 

Judith to 

— Wheeler. 

Anne to 

— Aldersey. 



Thomas Lowe Al-=Anne da. of Gab 



derman of London, 
and free of the 
Haberdashers. 



Colston of 

London 

Fishmonger. 



Jane. 
Mary. 



Anne maried 
to Hob^ Lee 
2* son of 
Bob' Lee of 
London 
Merchant. 



Elizabeth maried 
to Sir John 
Bennett Judge 
of the PraBroga- 
tive Court. 



Mary mar. 
to Bob't 
Offley of 
London. 



II 

Margar. 1 Gabriel Lowe. 

2 Thomas Lowe. 

3 Michael Lowe. 

4 Francis Lowe. 



II II 

1 Robert Lee. Anna Lee. 

2 John Lee. Nan Mary Lee. 



I 

Michael Mary. 
Bennet. 



Thomas Offley. 



s. 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



77 



button* 



Abms. Or, a lion rampant vert, a canton ermine. 
Cbest. a demi'lion rampant vert. 



William Sutton sonne of — Sutton of Ediall in com. Sta£rordiffi.= 



I 

John Sutton of Henley sup' Thames=Elizabeth da. of — Tailor of 



in com. Oxon. 



Ediall in com. Staff. 



I 



Bichard Sutton of London E8quier= Elizabeth da. of Gheorge Eishe 



now Auditor. 1612. 



of Ayott Montfichett. 



filia et h^Dres nupta Jacobo Altham miHt. filio Baronis de S'c'cio. 



Maa. 



Flam civis Londinensis.: 
Afiiis. Argent, a fess engrailed 
between six cinqtiefoils sable. 



Joh'nes Shaa miles maior London 1 Marit.=Margareta filia et hares 



Abms. Argent, a chevron between three 
lozenges ermines. 



renupta Joh'i Bayns- 
ford militi. 



Thomas= 
Shaa. 



Etheldreda ux. 
Will'mi Ayloff 
de Bretaignes 
in Essex, qui 
ob. 1517. 



I 
Juliana ux. 

Bicardi 

Fowler de 

Bicott in 

com. Oxon. 



I 

Edmundus Shaa=Lora filia Bogeri 



of Homdon on 
the Hill in 
Essex. 



Wentworth 
Militis. 



T 



Thomas Shaa 
filius <& hsBres 
Thomffi. 



I 
Alicia filia & hseres 

nupta Wiiro Foley 

de jBoxted in Suff. 



— ux. Will* Browne filij 
Joh'is Browne maioris 
London: & militis. 



I 

Johannes Foley de Boxted. 



78 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



i^aptyon* 



Abms. Quarterly of six : — 1. Argent, three bars gemelles azure, op a chief gules a 
bar dancettS or. (Ha.tdon.) 2. Ermine^ three battle-axes (sable) , in chief a 
crescent, (Weekes.) 3. Argent, two chevrons within a bordure engrailed 
gules, (Ktmbee.) 4. Ermine, two surgeons' flams in saltire gules. (Tideb- 
LEIGH.) 5. Argent, two chevrons azure within a bordure engrailed gules, a 
martlet (sablej for difference. 6. Argent, ten torteaux, four^ three, two, and 
one, a label of three points azure, (Babikotok.) 

Cbebt. a lion argent, seizing on a bull courant sable. 

Motto. " Ibrme en fog.** 

Joh'nes de Haydon.= 



Eobertus de Hajdon de Bonghwood 19 Edw. l.=Joane the wife of Eobert. 



I 



k 



Henry Hay-= Juliana Boger Heydon de Peter Haydon brother 



don 19 E. 
1. 



uxor 
ejus. 



Merand 
Nether Stowford and heyre of Boger 7 E. 1. sister of 
7 E. 1. Peeter 

I 



"William Haydon== 
Sonne & heyre 
of Henry. 




Johannes Hay- Adam Haydon filius naturalis. 
don died of the Abms. Argent, three bars gemelles azure, on 
Pla^e. ^ chief gules a bar dancettS or, within a 

bordure compony (fthe third and fourth. 



John Heydon. Henry Heydon of Bowood & Epforde A® 20 B. 2.= 



John Haydon of Bowood & Epforde A® 8 H. 4.= 



[.icn] 



Bicnard Haydon of Bowood & Epforde 16=: 
E. 4. 



Henry Kelly=Eliz. da. & heyre 
of Kelly. of Kymber. 



Agnes da. — Merifeeld: 

2 wife. 

Abhs. Argent, a chevron 
gules between three 
falcons rising proper. 



.1 

=Bicbard Heydon: 
of Bowod and 
Epforde 13 H. 8. 



I 



:Joanc da. Bichard=Alice =Bichard 

ofMorice Weekes Keller Cople- 

Trent 1 1 bus- da. of ston 2 

wife. band. Henry, husb*. 



George Haydon 
of Homsayes, 3 
Sonne mar. 
Susan da. of — 
Park of Lon- 
don. 



Joh*nes Hay- 
don of Cadhey, 
2 filius married 
Joane da. of 
Bobert Gren- 
vill. 



Abms. Sablct on a 
fess engrailed argent between three 
hinds trippant or as many tar- 
teaux, each charged with a pheon 
of the second. 



Joane wife of 
John Corham. 
Abms. Argent, 
a cross sable 
between four 
eagles dis' 
played gules. 



I 

Thomas: 
Hay. 
don of 
Bowod 
& Ep- 
forde 1 
Sonne. 



:Joane 
da. & 
heyre 

Bich- 

ard 

Weekes. 



I 
Isota nupta 
Bic'o Wood. 

I 



I. 
Christoferus 

Wood duxit 

Caterinam 

filiam Job' is 

Wyndham 

militis. 



B 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



79 



John Haydon 4 8onne,=Martha da. to Nicholas Eose of 

and Alderman of Lon- London. 

don and Sheriff also. Asms. Azure, a falcon volant within a 

double tressure jlory counterflory or, 
on a canton argent a rose gules. 



I 



Thomas Heydon of=Xp'ian da. & heyr Mary wife of Walter Jane 1 da. maried 
Bowod &*Epforde. of Bob* Tiderleigh Leigh. JohnQt)uey* 

of Tiderleigh. 



Abms. Arge7it, a can- younger. 
nonfesstoays sable, in 
chitfa crescent. 



Bobertus Haydon: 
of Bowod and 
Epforde and 
Cadhey now 
living. 



:Joane da. of Marga- 

S' Amias reta in- 

Paulett nupta. 
Knight. 



I 

Joane mar. to 

Erasmus 

Broughton. 



I 

Amye mar. to Peter 
Edmund Hay- 

Huntley. don 2 

Sonne. 



Margaret mar. Q-edeon =Margaret da. of Jo. Davye of 



I 



to Wm 
Everye gent. 



Haydon 
I Sonne. 



Amias Drewe 
Credy Esq'. Haydon Haydon 

Arms. Azure, three cinquefoils or, on 2 sonne. 3 Sonne. 

a chief qf the second a lion passant 

gules. 



I 



Robert Heydon. 



Abms. Argent, an a cross sable a leopard* s head, and in chief a crescent or. 
Johannes Bruges, civis & Aldermannu8= Agnes filia ThomsD 



London miles 1520, A^ 12 H. 8. 



Ayloff de Essex. 



Antonius Bruges Vrsula. 
duxit filiam — 

TyrreU 1561. Brigida. 



.1. 
Egidiu8= 

Bruges. 



: — filia 
Eobyns 
uz. eius. 



Elizabetha 
nupta 
Ghu'away 
de London. 



I 
Winifreda nupta 

Eic*o Sackvile 

de Buckhurst 

militi. 



Thomas Comes Dors. 



I 

Anna vxor Q-eorgij D'ni Dacres 
Baronis de Herstmonceaux. 



80 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



^eacotlk. 



Eobert Peacock l=lBabell Lis wife.=Brichard Sanderson of Torksliire 



husband. 



2 husband. 



Eobert Peacock=Lucia da. of Thomas Isabell or Thomas Sanderson of North- 



of London. 



I I 

Mary ob. 

Beatrix 
ob. 



Nelson. 



Peacock. Alice. 



allerton in Yorkshire. 



Launcelot Lucia ob. 
Peacock of — 

London Anna 

Haber- nupta . . 
dasher. 



Bichard = 
Peacock. 



:Margaret his wife re- 
nupta — Goldwell 
of Shelford in Cam- 
bridgeshier. 



I 

John Pecock 
had 3 wifes. 



^otlierton. 



Abms. Argenty afess and in chief two crescents gules, 
Thomas Sotherton of Ludham.= 



Johannes Sotherton de Norwich 3 filius Thom9e.= 



I 

Prances da. &^ John Sotherton of Lon-= 

don, one of the Barons 
of the Exchequier ob. 
26 Octob'r 1605, sepult. 
2 Nov. sequent. 



heyre of 
Smyth of 
Cromer in 
Norff. 1 wife. 



I 
:Mary da. of — Noel Sother-: 

Wotton of Lon- ton one of y* 

don 2 ¥rife re- Barons of y* 

nupta Q-regorio Excheq'after 

Eichardson. his brother. 



:Timothy 
da. of 

— wa 

liams. 



I 

Christo- 
pher 
Sother- 
ton. 



Elizab. 
da. of 
Eich- 
ard 
Cooke. 



rJoh'nes Sother-: 
ton Counsellor 
at Lawe. 



=Anne da. 
of — 
Braye <& 
heyre. 



I 

Mary. 



J. 

Catha- 
rine a 
daugh- 
ter. 



John Sotherton. 



I 

Valentyn 
Sotherton. 



II II 

Anne. Mary. 
Catharin. Susan. 



I 



:Thomas Eliott 
of Belhouse & 
of Stamford 
Eiyers in 
Essex. 



John Elliot. 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



81 



9oxku 



S' Eichard Torke of the City of Tork.= 



S' 



Sicnard 



Topke.= 



\'Ji 



S' J ohn Tork= 
Sheriff of 
LondoiL 



: Anne da. of — Smyth and widowe of — 

Pagett. 

Asms. Ardent, on a ohevron engrailed table 
between three hurts, each charged with a 
bird argent beaked and leggea gules, as 
many HrrfMs slipped or. 



I 

Margaret maried to 
Barnard Frobisher 
&ther of S' Martin 
Frobisher. 



Peter 
Torke 
1 
Bonne. 



:Elizabeth 2 William s. p. 

da. to Sir — 

William Boland. 

Engleby. — 

6 Henry York 
drowned at y* 
BriU. 



\ 
p. Edmond= — widow 



Yorke 3 
Sonne. 



S' John 
York. 



of — 
Lacon. 



S' Edward: 
York 4 
son. 



1 



LL Edi-dTo*. 



Will'm. 
Bichard. 



:Mary da. 
of Sich- 
ard Nor- 
ton of 
York- 
shire. 



Edmond Yorke. Aubrey a Another 

danghtor. daur. 



€mtv* 



John E0Bex.== — da. of John Doriforde of Thacksted lA Essex. 



I 
Thomas Essex.— — da. of John Fane of Thacksted in Essex. 



Edmond Essex of= — da. of — Busby John Essex. Thon^ Es0e](. 
London, pf Bedfordshire. 



82 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



dfteare. 



John Freare of Balsoine iii== — da. of — Bamatt of Kent, 
the County of Cambridge. Abm b. Ardent, a scUtire between four leopards' 

heads sable. 



>hn 



Jonn Freare Doctor in Phisik and=yrBula da. of Bobert Castell of 



Fhiflition to Queene Mary. 



East Hatley in Cambridgeahier. 



I 
Elizab. 

ob. 

B. p. 



Martha 
maried 
to Eoger 
Marson 
of 

Hadha' 
in com. 
Hertf. 



Lucia bis 
nupta 
Henrico 
Brand 
renupta 
Horsell de 
Thistle- 
worth in 
com. Midd. 



I 



ibri^ 



I 



Thomas=:Mary da. Oabriel Jerman' 
Frere 2 ' ' 



Sonne 

Doctor 

in 

Phisick 

now 

living 

1611. 



ofGfeorge ob. 
Shawe of s. p. 
Bristowe 



Frere, 3 

Sonne 

maried 

Alice da. 

of Eich' 

Litle- 

woodof 

Colchester. 



Eeginaidus 
Freare, 4 
filius nupt' 
in Hib'nia. 



AntoniuB 
ob. B. p. 



Bobert Marson. 

Asms. Argent^ 
three staas* 
heads oaboshed 
sable, a bordure 
gules. 



Ifilia 
ob. s. p. 



4 



H< 



omas Freare Henry Freare 
1 son, ob. 8 Sonne & 

B. p. heire ob. s. p. 



John Freare 
2 Sonne & 
heyre D' in 
Fmsick now 
living 1652. 



William 4 
Sonne ob. s. p. 

Thomas 5, D^ 
in Phisick. 



Eliza- 
betha2 
filia vx. 
Tho. 
Pecock 
de Lon- 
don 
grocer. 



I 
Fran- 

cisca 

moni- 

alia 

apud 

Brux- 

elles in 

Flandria. 



I I 

Susana 
6 filia. 

Maria 
4 filia 
ob. s.p. 



Susanna Pecock. Maria. Anna. EUsab^tha. 



Bullo(]k« 



Thomas Bullock.= 



I — 

Walter Bullock 
buried at the 
Church at Lud- 
gate. 



Boger Bul- 
lock 2 
Sonne. 



I 

Thomas Bullock: 
3 Sonne. 



: — da. of — 
Tholmud of 
Kent. 



Mary Joane 
maned mar. to 
to — — Stan- 
Stanley, dige. 



V 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 83 



Copper* 



Asms. Argent, on a lend engrailed between two lions rampant sable three plates. 
Cbebt. a lion rampant sable, holding palewags a tilting spear argent, 

John Couper Esq' Seriant of Lawe borne at Horlye in y* County of Surrey 
1539 maried Julian da. of Cuthbert Blackden Esq. w^^ John was Seariantt at 
lawe but one yeare and half & died the 15 of March 1590, being of the age of 
51 yeares and lieth buried at Cappell in Surrey. 

— Couper.= — da. of — Engler. 



Bobert John Gouper= Julian da. Eichard= Joane da. John Young=: — da. of 



Couper Seriaunt at of Cuth- Couper. 

of W al- lawe. bert Black- 

berrey in den. 
Surrey. 



of — of Chiches- 

Q-ood- ter in 
wyne. Subs. 



CaruB. 



S' Bichard Cowper of Temple Elfont in the=Elizabeth da. of John Cnarles 
parish of Capell in Surrey. Younge. Younge. 



)^a)1)ome« 



Abm s. OuleSf on a /ess or between three bezants a lion passant sable, a crescent far 

difference, 
Cbest. a bezant between two lions* gambs sable, 

Thomas Harbome.== 



John Harbome of=MaudelYne da. of Bobt. Carre of Midlesex. 



Midlesex. 



Abms. Chile*, on a chevron argent three estoiles sable, 
a canton ermine. 



Joh'nes Harbome Edwardus Joane mar. to Eowley Ward Maudelyn. 
Alius et hffires. 2 filius. of Warwikshier. 

William Harbome of Tarmouth (bears), Qules, on a fees or between three bezants a 
lion passant sable, impaling argent on a chief vert a cross tau between two 
mullets or, (Dbitbt.) 

Cbest. On a cap of maintenance sable, turned tip ermine, an eagle displayed or. 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



I H 



I I 






h 

-H 



Si"-! 

nil 



Is 



ill 



-llll 



^4 



•3S.S 

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86 



riT 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



ftartpe. 



Abms. ChdeSf a fees daneetti ermine between ten ^billets argent^ four in chief, three, 

two, and one in base, a mullet for difference. 
Cbbbt. a heron^s head erased or, beaked sable, between two wings expanded of the 

last bezant^, 

Nicholas Harb ye of Cambridgsliire gent. »= 



I. 

William Harbj of Canons Ashby in com. North't.=: 



Miles =Anne da. =John Harbj of = Anne da. of 2 sonne. 
Hording 



of 

London 

Skynner. 



of fiichard 
Downes of 
London 
Drap. 1 
wife. 



London 8 
Sonne Skynner, 
ob. 15 Apr. 
1610. 



Sir Eichard 
Saltonstall 
Knight Lo. 
Mayor of 
London. 



Thomas Harby 
of Canons 
Ashby & of 
Adyston in 
Northampton- 
shire Sonne 
and heire. 



II II 

Thomas John. WiU'm. 

Harbye. — — 

Francis. Emme. 



. I 

Bichardi 
Harbye. 



I Joane da. of Thomas Waller Daniel 
of Beconsfeild in com. Harbye. 

Buck. 



ftfepner. 



Abmb. (Argent), on a fees between three lures (gules) a lion passant (of the field). 

This epitaphe taken from of his toombe. 

Here lieth y^ Corpes of Thomas Skynner late Citizen and Alderman of Londo' 
borne at Saffron Walden in Essex, who in the 66 yeare of his age, and on y* 30 
day of Dece*br A^ Dni 1596 being then Lo. Mayor of this Citye dep'ted this life 
leaning behinde him 8 sonnes and 3 daughters. 



Blanch da. of W* Watson marchant=Thomas Skynner= 
to Q. Elizabeth. Lord Mayor of 

Abms. Or, a chevron engrailed azure London had 3 

between three martlets sable, on a wifes. 

chirfqfthe second three crescents qf 

thefield. 



— daughter of — 

Thorne. 

Abms. Or, on a pile sable 

a griffin segreant if the 

field. 



S' John 
Skynner. 



Skynner. 



I 
Eichard 

died vn- 

maried. 



I 



I 



Anne. Julian. 



Elizabeth mar^ 
to S' William 
Smyth. 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



87 



Abms. AaurCf a ffriffln passant or, 

Cbebt. On a ducal coronet a lion passant guardant argent, 

AiroTHEB. A demi-unieom erasea, crowned and homed or^ crined sable, 

William Gardenop of Hartfordsbier.ac=Eliz. daughter of — Michell his wife. 



Eicliard Gardner 
sergeant at 
ArmoB to King 
S. 8. ob. 8. p. 



Margaret da. of= 
— wife to — 
Boderey afl^er 
to Erement 
Abraham hosier 
at Newgate. 



iWilliam 
Gardner 
of Ber- 
mondsej 
Street 
obijt 
1697. 



=Erance8 da. 
of Bobert 
Lucy, first 
wife. 



Eriswold a da. 
maried to — English 
sergeant of the Bake- 
house ; after to — 
Askewe & lastly to 
— Sheppard. 



Christo-: 
pher 
Gardi- 
ner 
dyed 
1596. 



^Judith 3. Bich- 
Sakyile ard ob. 
da. to s. p. 
my Lord 
ofBuk- 
hurstes 
Tncle. 



2. Thomas: 
Gardner. 



I 

— da. of William Gatarine 

— Skip- Gardner maried to 
with 8 Sonne. John 

of S* == Stepkyn ; 

Albons. Mary da. afberto 
of Xpofer Nicolas 
Yelver- Smyth.= 
ton. 



Anne 

mar. to 

Simon 

Perrott 

of Staff. 

and 

Warr- 

wick- 

shier.== 



Christopher 
Gardner 
Sonne and 
heyre. 

[Francis. 



William 
Gturdner. 



Margaret. 



— Catarin. 



Xpofer William. 
Smyth. — 

Prancis. 



I I 

WiU'm 
Ferrott. 



Francis. 



— Simon. 



John. 



Dorothy. 
Frances. 
Vrsula. 



Baron. 

Abms. Ferfess asure andguleSf two lions passant guardant argent, collared counter- 
changed, 

Goncess. pr»fato Thoma p' Bob. Gook Glarenceux post mortem in fiinere ytenda 

et suis in p'petuum. 

Anna filia Thomee Apho well de=Thoma8 Baron alias Bame de=Anna filia Bob'ti 
Com. Monmouth in Wallia. 
Abms. Argent, a lion rampant 

sable dehruised bg a/ess 

engrailed gules. 



Alborou^h hache in p'ochia 
de Barkmg in Essex died at 
his howse m London 29 Junii 
1573 & buried at Barking in 
Essex. 



Brokesby de 
comitatu Lin- 
colniffi Yxor 
prima. 



Paulus Baron Thomas Baron filius et 
3 filius. hffires sdt, 28 annor. 



Barthus Baron Anna, 
ob. B. p. 



88 



TELE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



I^mne^« 



Abms. AzwrOy on a bend eotised argent three escallops gules. 

Bobert Bomnej of Tedburj in com. G-loucest. 



William Bomnep=Margai3et 



of Tedbury in 
com. G-louc. 



his wife. 



Bobert Taylor late Alder-: 
man of London obijt 
yltimo Decembiis 1596. 



rElizabeth one of the 
da. alij sole heire of 
Hugh Hatton of 
Cheshire. 



1 sister Wife Joane 2 da. 
to Tho. Butt wife to 
of Strowd John Ke- 
water. niston of 

Bochester. 



to WiU'm 
Hall of 
Avenings in 
com. Glouc. 



William Bomney Marchant=Bebecca 
adventurer, haberdasher only 

and Alderman of London heire of 
obijt 26 Aprilis 1611 Bobert 

sepult. Maij 24. Tailer. 



4 Ezekiel. 
6 WiU'm. 
Paniel. 



Isaak Bomney 
Sonne and 
heyre. 



I 

Joseph Bom- 
ney 2 Sonne. 



Jeremy Bom- 
ney 8 Sonne 
ob. B. p. 



.1 I 

Elizabetna Susanna. 
Yxor Joh'is 
Weld. 



Abms. Quartorly: — 1 and4i. Sahle, a cross engrailed between Jour crescents argent. 
2 and 8. Jsure, apheon argent, (Bbadbbidoe.) 



Stephanus Bamham de Southwick in com. Southt.=: 



( 



Franeiscus^Alicia filia et hsres — Bradbridge 



Bamham 
de London 
Alder- 
nmnnus et 
Praper 
1670. 



de comit. Sussex. 

Abms. Azuref apheon argent. 



Simon Bamham: 
2£UiuB. 



= — filia 
— Cressy 
de London. 



Marefareta vz. Boberti 
Combes de London 
renupta Thome Coyill 
siye Colyill de Chig- 
well in com. Essex. 



AugustinuB 
2fi5us. 

Simon 
8 filins. 



Bamham 
filius et 
hffires. 



Etheldreda 
vxor WiU'i 
Cleybrook. 



2 Stepha- =— filia Bic'i Patrik 

nus Bam- de London. 

ham 2 fil. Abms. Argent, three 

= lions passant in bend 

-— filia sable oetween two 

— Bowyep ^^^•^ ^^• 
vx. 2. 



MartinuB=yrsula Beneoictus^Dorothy 

Bamham filia Bamham filia Smyth 

de Hoi- Boberti Alderman- 

lingbum Budston. nus, Lon- 

in Cantie don and 

miles Factus Drap. 

p B. Jac. 



renupta 
JohiPa- 
kington 
militi. 



Yrsula vx. alia QUb nupta 
BobtiSwyft — Dobell de 
jnilitis. Sussex. 



Alicia nupta Marcus Bamham^ 
— Mason. fil. et hssres. 



— filia— Dobell 
de Sussex. 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



89 



Ajims. QuleSy a lion sejant ^uardant or^ on a chief argent three crescents of the field. 
CsEST. A demi-lion rampant guardant or, holding a crescent gules. 

Concess. p' W" Dethik Ghurter & W" Camden Clarenceuz. 



Bobertus Hollowell.= 



Willielmus Hollowell.= 



mchardus de Dene t'pe Ed. 3.== 



"WalteruB de Denefeild de Ywood in 
p'ochia de Basing a*' 5 K. 2. 



Willielmus= — filia nupta W* 



Dobbes. 



Dobbes. 



I 



EicarduB Att Dene 
11 H. 4. 



=r=l8ab 



ella filia & haeres. 



Hie Will's testat' consang' 
et li»r' Job's Sellam de 
Morehall. 



I 

BoVtus Atte: 
Dene de 
Odybam 
Ao 4 H. 5. 



'Isabella filia 
Bad'i Younge. 



Wiirm's Att dene 
filins et hsres 
ob. B. p. 



f 



Will'mus att Dene t'pe H. 6.=s 



MatbeuB att Dene.=sAgneB filia et hssres Johannis Leeche. 



Job'es att Dene de Odybam qui obijt s. p. Jacobus attz^Amya vzor Bicardus 



Jobana vzor ejus. 



Dene. 



ejus. 



atte Dene. 



Elizabetb. Amia. Jobannes att^^Margeria filia 



Miaerecordia. 



Dene. 



— Dunburat. 



Til 

Ghnstoferufl & 
JacobuB B. p. 

BicarduB. 



Henricus Dene' 
de Deneland. 



'Alicia f. Tbo. Berington 
de Streigbtley. 



BicarduB Dene.==:Brigida filia Tbo. 

Berington. 



II i 



Job'nes 


Jacobus 


Will'mus. 


.1 1 1 
Margareta. 


Francisca. 


Franciflcufl 


Dene. 


Dene. 




Alicia. 


Elizabetba nupta 
Stepb'o Pbilip 
de Boffen. 


Dene. 








Maria. 





N 



90 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



dearie. 



Abmb. OuleSy on a chevron between three trefoils argent as many ogreeses, 
Cbest. a demi-lion rampant 01% holding a broken mast sable, the top set off with 
palisadoes, thereon a flag argent charged with a cross gules. 



Thomaa Searle of Plymoutli=Margaret da. of — St. Cleer 



in com. Deuon. 



of Deuon. 



Thomas Searle of London Oent.== Alice da. of — Lucaa of Colcbeater. 



Martha wife to S' Mary wife to Arthur Maudlyn maried to Peter Margaret. 
Arthtir Jarvis. Salawaj. Danser of London gent. 



0a,^lonx. 



Abits. Or, a pale between two lions rampant sable. 

Cbest. A lion*s head erased sable, charged on the neck with a saliire or. 



William Najlour of London one of the= Jane da. of Eicardi Duncombe 



sixe Clarkes of the Chauncery Esq'. 



of Buckinghamshire. 



Henry Bichard 2 sonne heyre=Elizabeth da. Will's 



1 Sonne to his father, he was 
ob. 8. p. of London. He ma- 
ried to his 2 wife 
Catherine da. of 
!Robert Heame of 
Gk)dmanche8ter in 
Com. Hunt. 



of Tho. Lovell 3 filius 
of Hartford s. p. 
in com. — 

Huntingdon. Eranciscus 4. 



Edwardus 
5 filius. 



Eliz. 1 da. died young. 

Elizabeth 2 daughter 
living A« 1608. 

Jane 4 da. died young. 



Bichardus Nailor qui obijt juvenis. 



Catherine 
1608. 



Lovell Nailor 
eldest Sonne 
& heyre. 



I I 

Mary 
8 filia. 

Jane. 



I 

Anna 

vxor 

Erancisci 

Whitton 

de Com. 

Caatij 

gen. 



I I 
William 

2 sonne. 

Bichard 

3 sonne 
died younge. 



Bichard 
4 sonne. 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



91 



Baron. 

Abms. Azure, two lions passant guardant argent. 

Alice d. of — Harpesfeild lii8=Ricliard Baron Esq'= Margaret da. of — Morton 
is__x — •^- ^-^ J "**■ hig 2 wife. 



first wife. 

Arms. — three harps or. 



Citizen and Mercer 
of London. 



one Bonne and a daughter. 



7 Bonnes and 6 da. 



W^tWs. 



Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Aat$re, a Jess nehuU between three crescents ermine. 
2. . . . three lions rampant ... a chief , . . 4. . . . three chevrons^ each charged 
with a roundle . . . 

Bichard Greswold of Solihull in com. Warr. Ar.:3= 
Arms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Argent, afess gules 

between two greyhounds courant sable. 2 and 3. 

Argent^ a chevron between three boars passant 

gutes, (Stokelby.) 



John Weld of Eaton in the== 
County of Chester. 



Eoger Greswold of London= 
Marchantaylor 3 sonne. 



John "Weld of London= 
2 sonne haberdasher. 



=Dorothy onely daugh- 
ter & heyre ob. 29 
Junij A« 1610. 



=Hugh Offley Alderman of Lon- 
don 2 husband. 
Arms. Argent, a cross JUtry azure 

between four Cornish choughs 

proper. 



John 



Weld. Elizabeth. Joan. Dorothy. 



I 

Susan. 



Cortiell. 

Abms. Gules, a chevron engrailed between three griffins^ heads erased ermine. 
Cbest. a cockatricCy wings close vert, wattled beaked and collared or. 

Thomas Cordell of Enfeild in com, Midd.= 



John Cordell of Enfead.= 

William Cordell of Fulham, Master 
Cooke to Queene Elizabeth. 



)bert 



Bobert Cordall.= 



m.1 ^ 
Thomas Cordell of 

London, Mercer. 



92 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



Abms. Argent, three mullets pierced gules between two bendlets sable. 

— Treewell of 8' Albons t'pe Edw. 4.== Eadulfus Friday milefl.== 



Bicoard Treswell alias 
Baker of Kings Lang- 
ley in com. Hert. after 
of the Bakehouse, 
sepult apud Kings 
Langley. 



: Joane da. of — 
Carter of Chip- 
ford in the p'lsh 
of Kings Langley. 



Langley.= Boger=lBabell 

Petre. Fryday. 



John Treswell 
alias Baker 1 
Sonne. 

Margaret da. - 
of — Bury of 
Abbots 
Langley. 



I I 

Bafe Baker 
2 Sonne. 

Bobt. 
Baker of 
Kings 
Langley 3 
Bonne. 



I 



f 



I 



1 



William Bob't =Mar^iret Anne =Bogerus 
B^er of Tres- " ~ 



Bam 
hay. 



well 
alias 
Baker 
ofS» 
Al- 
bons 
5 
Sonne. 



da. of — 
Langley. 



another 
da. of 
Langley. 



Petre. 
Margarett. 



I 

Wilrm Hugh Mary Elizab 
Peter Peter Peter Peter. 



s. p. 



B. p. s. p. 



Nicholas = 
Treswell. 



— da. 
of — 
Jones. J 



II 1,1 

Cecily. Hugh Mar- 
— Tres- gery 
Anne. well, wife 

of- 
Price. 



Anne da. of — Calthrpp,=Badulphus Tres- 
widow of Bobt. Kentisn well de S' 
2 wife ob. s. p. Albons & Citi- 
Ark8. Quarterly ; — 1 and zen of London 
6. Cheque or and azure, mar. to his 3 
afess ermine. 2. Chiles, ^jfe jjiiz. da. of 
on a chirfargefU two _ S wanson & 
mullets sable. Dacon. • ^- j^ ^ t?j 

3. Azure, three griffins widow of Ed- 
passant in pale or. WiTHB.ward Bachelor. 

4. Azure, afess between six 
crosses crosslet or. St. 
Okbb. 6. Argent, a lion 
rampant sable. Staplbton. 



=Cicely Joane 
da. of maried 
— Cres- to — 
lej 1 Dy- 
wife. banke. 



I 

Elen. 



1' 
Thomas 

Dybank. 
Mary. 



Anne 
daugh^. 
ter of 
Bich- 
ard 
Gad- 
bury 2 
wife. 



=s:Bobert 



:Bobert Treswell =Mary da. of Bafe Tres-=Susan da. Christofer 



Somersett herald 
of Armes Esq' 
mar. to his first 
wife Susa' da. of 
Andrew Lyons 
who died with- 
out issue 23 
Dec. 1690. 



Sonne. 



William Castle well 2 
of the County 
of Huntingdon 
3 wife, sepulta 
in eccVia S*ci 
Botolphi extra 
Aldersgate A® 
^Do 1613, 20 
Ap'. 



of — Treswell 

Peterson. 8 sonne. 



liafe. Susan. Bobert Ajine* 

— — Treswell. — 

Elizab. Mary. Ann. 

all died young, s. p. 



Bobert 
Treswell 
3 Sonne. 



Bob* 2 Sonne Joyce, 
died yoimg. — 

Susan. 



I 

Andrew 
Treswell 
1 Sonne 
& heyre. 



Francis 
Tres- 
well 4 
Bonne. 



Lucia. 



>hn 



John Tres- 
well 3 
Sonne. 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



93 



Jrtttmm* 



Arms. Azure, three lozenges argent, in chief a crescent or, 
Cbest. a demi'lion rampant (gules) charged with a lozenge (or). 

Martin Freeman of London=Elizabeth da. of Mathew Laurence ; 2 sonne of 



Bonne of Edm. of Hanning- 
ton in com. Northamp. 



S' Oliuer Laurence. 

Abhb. Quarterly: — 1 and 4. Argent, a cross raguli 

gules, 2 and 3. A rgen t, two bars and in chief 

three mullets gules, Washington. 



I 

Ealphe Ereeman sonne and Will'm 2 
bejre SBtatis 27 annor 1616. sonne. 
Lo. Mayor of London A® — 

1633. Martin 3 

sonne. 



Jonn 4 James 6 
sonne. sonne. 

Erancis 
5 Bonne. 



Elizabeth wiffe of 
Stephen Haruey 
of London.: 



I 

Martin set 6 annor*. Elizabeth 2 annor'. 



§Le SSkmt, 



Asms. Quarterly : — 1. Argent, three moors^ heads couped proper, 2. Oules, three 
hoars^ heads argent, (Baby.) 3. Gules, a chevron between three lozenges 
argent. 4. JErminois, a crescent sable, o. Argent, a bend lozengy gules, in 
chief an escallop azure, 6. Or, a martlet sable. 

Cbest. a moor's head couped proper, wreathed argent. 

Motto. Tempera te tempori. 

Jacobus Le Maire=Catharina filia et hfieres Petri de Bary de S* Brixe ex Catha- 



de Tumay. 



rina filia et hsres de Bonenfant. 

Abus. Quarterly .'—1 and 6. Chiles, three boars heads argent, 2. 
Quhs, a chevron between three losenges argent, 3. Erminois, a 
crescent sable, 4. Argent, a bend lozengy gules, in chitfan 
escallop azure, 5. Or, a martlet sable. 



David Le Maire= 
de London. 



=Sara filia Petri Trian de London. 

Abks. Argent, afess embattled between six estoiles or. 



Henricus Swin-=Maria filia=Eranci8Cus Petrus Le 



nerton de Lon- prima 

don prim' Davidis le 

maritus. Maire. 

Abms. Quarterly: — 

1 and 4. Argent, a cross fory Abms. Per 
sable, 2 and 3. Argent, a bend or 

cross flory sable within a and azure, 

bordure engrailed gules. 



Crane de Maire 
Mortlack in miles filius 
com. Surr' et hieres. 
miles 2 yz. 



Edward Baeshe=Sara filia 
de Stansted in Davidi 
comitatu Hart- Le 
ford mil. Maire. 

Abms. Per chevron 

argent and gules, in chirf 
two cocks sable, in base a 
saliire or. 



94 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



Baron* 

^BMS. Azure, two lions passant ^uardant ardent. 

Cbest. Out of clouds argent a dexter arm in armour erect, couped at the etboto, 
holding in the gauntlet or a broken sword of the last, the blade proper. 

John Baron of Saffron Walden in Eesez E8q.= 



1 Peter Baron of Walden Sargeant at the Law,— 
he was drowned on the Thames. 



2 Bartholemew Baron 
of London. 



icn 



Bichard Baron of London Esq. mar. Alice=Margaret daughter to — Morton 



daughter to — Harpesfeild 1 wife. 



de com. Sallop 2 wife. 



i I I I 

Anne wife to John Baron ob. s. p. 

John Worsopp — 

gant. Thomas Baron ob. s. p. 

Lionell ob. s. p. Eichard Baron ob. s. p. 



1 EHzabeth first mar. to 
Hichard Hare of London, 
secondly to G-eorge Ro- 
theram Esq. and 3'^ to S' 
Geo. Perient Knight. 



I 

2 Jane 
wife to 
Bobert 
Cobb of 
London. 



Edward Baron=Katherm 



of London 
Esq. 1614. 



daughter to 
Eichard 
Wright of 
Sallopp. 



I 

3 Margaret wife to Bartholemew 
Baron of London Esq. She after 
maried to S' Eobert Napeir 
al*s Sandy Knight Barronett. 



I 



Julian, 1 mar. 
to Tho. Cutler 
of London : 
2^1 to Oliuer 
Style of Essex 
Esq. 



^icni 



Bichard 
Baron. 



2 Bartholomew. 3 Edward. 



Alice wife to W" Dodson 
of Hartfordshire Esq. 



Martha. 
Barbara. 



Sale. 

Abms. Oules, on a mount vert a swan argent, membered and dueally gorged or, 
Cbest. On a chapeau . . . turned up ermine, a stork argent, beaked legged and dueally 
gorged or. 

This armes and creast was confirmed to William Dale 
of Brigstock and of London A® 1613* 

Bobert Dale of Wencle in Prestbury in com. Chester.=Katherin daughter of — 



I 



I 



illi 



1 Bobert Dale 2 Boger Dale of 8 Wiliiam Dale of London=Elizabeth daughter 



of Wincle. 



I 



The Inner 
Temple. 

I 

I 



and of Brigstock in com. 
Noi'thamp. Esq. 



of Tho. Elliott of 
Surrey Esq'. 



Eobert Dale Eoger Dale, 
of Wincle. 



I I I II 

Bobert Dale Marr. ElizabetL Agnes. Joane. 
son and heirc. 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



95 



iniirgan* 



Abms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Or, afess wavy and in chwftwo eagles displayed sable, 

2 ofid 3. Barry of twelve or and azure, (Copcott.) 
Cs£ST. An eagle displayed OTy charged on the breast icith a fees loavy sable. 

This Armes and Greast was confirmed by M' William Dethick G-arter A*' 1588 to 
liugh Morgan, and sithence the same was confirmed by M' Camden Glar. in 
A® 1613 to Kobert Morgan nephew & heire of the saied Hugh. 

Morgan.== 



John Morgan of Bardfeild: 
in Essex. 



= Joh'ne daughter and heire 
to Bichard Gopcott of 
Buckingh. 



Bichard Morgan M' of 
Arte in Oxford. 



1 Hugh Morgan of London Esq. Apothe- 
cary to Q. Ehz. lived 103 yeares and died 
A^ 1613 without yssue. 



2 Jonn Morgan of: 
Little Halingbery 
in Essex. 



: Alice daughter 
to — Sipthorp. 



I 



Bobert Morgan of Little Halingbery Esq'.==Elizabeth daughter to Bichard Lyfe. 

I 



I 



I 



Abell, son and heire. Margery. Elizabeth. 



#al)Ott. 

Bobert Gabot of Acton Bumell in the Gounty of Sallop had this Banner giuen: 
him by Maximilian the Emperor for his Seruice (viz.) 

Gvles, a griffin segreant or, holding in his claws a Jlagstc^ bendy argent and sable, on 
it a fiag of the third charged with a double^heawed eagle displayei qf the second. 



1 Bobert G-abot of Acton= 
Bumell, and of London. 



2 Thomas &abot=Margery daughter of 
of Gunder in Thomas Wood of 

com. Salop. Burton. 



William G-abot 
died without 
yssue. 

Henry Gabot 
of London died 
without yssue. 



— wife to Geoffry 

Elwes of London 

Alderman. 

Abms. Or, a fees 
azure, sur* 
mounted by a 
bend gules, 
charged with a 
martlet 



= Jonn 



J ' 

Thomas 



~j^ 



Edward Elwes of London son & heire. 



Bichard Jane wife 

Gabot to Henry 

of London Kempton 

Draper of Lon- 

ob. 8. p. don. 

Boger 
Gkbot 
now of 
Gunder. 

Mary wife to John Lilly of London. 



Gabot 


Qabott. 


of 


m-^ 


London 


John 


married 


Gabott. 


Anno 




Haulton. 





96 



THE VISITATION OF LONDON. 



Asms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4i, (Argent) a fese (azure) between three hoars* heads 
couped (sable), 2 and 3. . . . three covered cups, two and one . . . ; over all a 
martlet for difference ; impaling (gules) a chevron ermine between three round 
buckles (or), in chief a mullet fir difference. (Da.lbt.) 

Cbest. a pheon (argent), in it a broken staff-handle (or), charged with a martlet for 
difference. Another : A mule's head erased. 

Christopher AUaunson in y* Countj^ss Jane daughter and heire of 



Palatine of Durham. 



S' George Walkope. 



I 



Edward AUaunson of Huby= Joane da. of John Buckborow of Huby 



in y* County of Tork. 



in y* County of Tork. 



Antnony: 
AUaun- 
son of 
Huby 
1 son. 



I 

=Barbara Bichard= 
daugh. AUaun- 
of Peter son of 
Moyses. London 
8 son. 



=Saraa Christophei 
stran- AUaunson 
ger. of London 
4) son. 



IsabeU Christopher 
AJlaunson. AUaunson 

son and 

heire. 



I 

=Mary eld' John Al-= Joane 

da.of G-eo. launson, da. of 

Dalbye of in y* WiU'm 

Overton county Kinge. 

in y* of Essex. 
County 
of York. 



I I 
Joane AUaunson. 

Judith AUaunson. 



Edward son & heire. Isack. 



John. 
Bichard. 



.11 

Christopher AUaunson 
son & heire. 

Arthur AUaunson 
2 son. 



I M I 

Anne AUaunson. 
Susan AUaunson. 
IsabeU AUaunson. 



Elizabeth 
AUaunson. 



Mary AUaunson maried to Hugh 
Wyndham of London. 

Elizabeth mar. to Bichard 
HethersaU of London. 



Edward AUaunson 
third son. 



Katherine AUaunson. firancis mar. to William 

Pickton of London. 



THE .VISITATION OF LONDON. 97 

FernOtt of l/OnOon the blind Marchant Stapler who died Noue'br 1616 sine 
prole a great benefactour to the Marchant Tailors company. 

Asms. Or, on afes* azure three garbs of the fields in chief two mullets gules. 
Cbest. a stag sejant or. 

;9tXXtn of l/OnSon Lynnen draper. 

Arms. Argent, on a lend gules cotised azure three horse-shoes or, 
Cbest. Am ostrich proper^ holding in the beak a horse-shoe or. 

Sb^ JTol^ Ittog Of l/OnSott* 

Asms. SahlCf a lion passant or, a label of three points argent. 
Crest. On a ducal coronet a lion ranq>ant or, holding in his paw a lance argent on 
the point thereof an annulet or. 

ViOhffMOn of l^niSOtt Gheif wayter of the CuBiome howse. 

Arms. Vert, on a chevron between three stags statant or, as mang trrfoils gules ; 
impaling Quarterly: — 1 and 4. Sable, a chevron ermine between three rams' 
heads erased argent. 2 and 8. Argent, a lion rampant sable, surmounted by 
a fess engrailed gules. 

Crest. A stag statant or, pellettd, 

Qfomerfton of l^onBoiu 

Arms. Sahle, a chevron engrailed ermine between three dexter gauntlets argent. 
Crest. On a crescent or, a dexter gauntlet argent, grasping a battle-axe gules, pointed 
and headed of the second. 

Given by S' Gilbt. Dethick Gurter. 

CwptV of l^ltBOtl dwelling in Comhill by the Exchange buried 13 of June 
1609. 

Arms. Argent, three martlets gules, on a chief engrailed of the second three annulets 
y or, a crescent for difference ; impaling sable, a fess dancettd argent, in chief two 

chaplets or. 

Bortocs of l/OnOotu 

Arms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Or, three pales sable, Jretty of the field. 2 and 8. 

Qules, three castles argent, and as many lions issuing therefrom or. 
Crest. A stages head erased proper, holding in his mouth a ribbon with the motto, 

'^SPES MEA DETS," thcrcOn. 

IPOCtOr ^OtttttCDrS of l^OnSon the Phisicion. 

^ Abms. Argent, three fleurs-de-lis gules, a martlet for difference ; impaling gules, a 

^ tshevron ermine between three garbs or. 

VmilUm ^T^taia]^ of a4)nII0n Alderman 1597. 

Arms. Argent, a cross sable Jretty qf the fields in the first quarter a fleur-de-lis 

gules. 
Crest. A gamieeock proper, beaked and wattled gules, charged on the breast with a 

fleur-de-lis of the last. 

p' W™ Dethick Garter & W Camden Clarenc. 1697. 

:• S^r grained IPeane Knight of London. 

Arms. Chiles, a lion sejant guardant or, on a chief (vrgent three crescents gules. 
Crest. A demi-lion rampant, holding in his dexter paw a crescent. 

o 



\ 



98 THE VISITATION OF LOOT)OX. 

f&ttlttS ®ltoW Sherif of London, 1607. 

Asms. Or, afess azure^ surmounted by a bend gules charged with a martlet argent. 
Cbest. Five arrows or^ entwined by a snake vert. 

82ftdllltig[ of S/On9otl Brewer, whose father was a Stranger. 

Aems. Or, on a chevron sable a rarrCs head couped argent, on a chief of the second 
three lozenges or. 

SfO^n IP^ttt of S/OttSOtI and his wife daughter of — Oraunt. 

Asms. Sable, a /ess indented argent, in chief three escallops or ; impaling gules, a 

vine-branch vertfructed argent, surmounted by a bend ermine. 
Gbest. a demi-wolf sable, charged on the neck with a collar dancettd argent. 

ifflOViMn Of l^OnSon since altered. 

Asms. Per saltire or and gules, in pale two leopards* heads of the first, in fess two 

pelicans of the second, on a chief or, three chaplets gules. 
Cbest. a demi-pegasus or. 

Si^ ^0* J^Ieming Lo. Cheif Justice of England. 
Asms. Chiles, on a chevron between three owls (argent) an ermine spot sable. 



• 1 



I 



i 



%^ &tfy^* (Doite Lo. Cheif Justice of the Gomon Fleas. V 

Asms. Q^rterly: — 1. Per pale gules and azure, three eagles displayed argent. 2. 
Argent, a chevron azure between three chaplets gules. 8. Sable, a chevron . . . 
between three covered cups or. 4. Qules, semi of mosses erosslei fitche, a griffin , 

segreofnt or. J 

%^ IPansen IPttn one of the Masters of the requests. 

Asms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Azure, a wolf salient and a chief argent. 2. Argent, 
a lion rampant gules, surmounted by a bendlet sable. 3. Qules, a fess vair, in 
chief an unicorn passant between tuw mullets or, a bordure engrailed of the last. . 

WiLKnfsoir. '^ ^ 

Sh^ WlfSlUm SBtaaSe Lieutenant of the Tower. 

Asms. Quarterly : — 1. Azure, a saltire between four escallops or. 2. Or, a chevron 
between three eagles* heads erased sable. 3. Qules, three garbs or. 4. Azure, 
two bars argent, on a chief of the last three maunches gules. 

£r STflomM SOmonStf Clark of the Counsell. 
Asms. Or, a chevron azure, on a canton of the second a fleur-de-lis rf the field. 

Si^ Sr|oma» l^Ite Clark of the Signett. ^ j 

Asms. Quarterly : — 1 afid 4. Sable, on a bend between six crosses erosslet fitchd 
argent, a mullet of the field. 2 and 3. Quarterly argent and sable, on a bend 
gules three mullets argent, a martlet or for difference. 

S^ STflOmad SbVSt^t Clarke of the Counsell. 
Asms. Azure, a lion rampant or, on a chief argent three torteaus. 

Sb^ 3ftHin» Ctf^9X Chaunoellor of the Exchequer. 

Asms. Quarterly : — 1 and 4. Fer fess argent and gules, six roses counterchanged. J^ 

2. Argent, two bars sable, on a chief of the last three swans argent. 3. Qules, ' ^ 

three crescents argent. 



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99 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



A name in Italics signifies that the arms are blazoned. 

„ Capitals „ there is a pedigree given. 

„ Brackets is the maiden ziama 
=s signifies *' married to a." 



AbeU, — , 45. 
Abraham, Frement, 87. 
Albanet/t 48. 
ALBANEY, 48. 

Francis, .48. 

Joane (GordaU), 48. 

Judith, 48. 

Mary, 48. 

Bobert^ 48. 

Thomas (Battle), 48. 

William, 48. 
Alderman, — , 85. 
Aldersepy 32. 
ALDERSEY, 32. 

Alice (Calthrop), 32. 

Mary = Avemon, 3. 

Thomas, 32. 
Allaunton, 96. 
ALLAUNSON, 96. 

Anne, 96. 

Anthony, 96. 

Arthnr, 96. 

Barbara (Moyses), 96. 

Christopher, 96 

Edward. 

Elizabeth =: Hethersall, 96. 

Elizabeth, 96. 

ffrancis «= Fickton, 96. 

Isack, 96. 

Isabell, 96. 

Jane (Walkope), 96. 

Joane, 96. 

Joane ^Bnckborow), 96. 

Joane (Kinge). 

John, 96. 

JudiUi, 96. 

Katherine, 96. 

Mary (Dalbyo), 96. 

Mary = Wyndham, 96. 

Richard. 

Sara (— ?— ) 

Susan. 
Allen, 6, 19, 63. 
ALLEN, 6, 63. • 

Anne ^ Harris, 63. 

Barbara «: Langton, 63. 

Baron, 30. 

Brigett = Bracy, 63. 

Dorothy, 6. 



Allsn — continued. 

Edward, 53. 

Eleanor (Harris), 53. 

Elizabeth (Lambaid), 58. 

James, 63. 

Joan (Dabome), 6. 

Joane = Starkey, 6. 

Joane (Woodgate), 53. 

Joane = Williams, 53. 

Jndith, 6. 

Margaret, 6. 

Mar^ia =» Pye, 53. 

Martha, 6. 

Mary (Long), 6. 

Mary. (Hedd), 53. 

Mary =:= Spagman, 53. 

Mary = Delavale, 53. 

Peter, 53. 

Rafe, 6. 

Richard, 63. 

Sibill, 6. 

Thomas, 53. 

William, Sir, 6, 19. 

WilUam, 6, 47. 
Alphe, Steven, 28. 
Alsopp, — , 54. 
Altham, James, 77. 
Ampcotts, — , 57. 
Anderton, Thurston, 59. 
Andrew, — , 76. 

Elizabeth (Lowe), 76. 
Andre wes, Robert, 11. 

Elizabeth ^ Bartellett, 11. 
AneSf 66. 
ANES, 66. 

Agnes, 66. 

Avis (Biliard), 66. 

Benjamin, 06. 

Constance (Ruyse), 65. 

Diego, 65. 

Dunstan, 65. 

Elizabeth (Rotiiges), 66. 

Erasmus, 65. 

Francis, 65. 

George, 65. 

Henry, 66. 

Hester, 66. 

Jacob, 66. 

Joane = Delony, 66. 



Ames — continued. 

Mary, 65. 

Rachel, 65. 

Roger, 65. 

Sara « Lopez, 65. 

Thomas, 65. 

William, 66. 
Anger, — , = Draper, 4. 
Anne, John, 29. 
Anthimy, 43. 
ANTHONY, 43. 

Alice, 43. 

Alice (= Hawes), 43. 

Anne = Midleton, 43. 

Barbara, 43. 

Catarine (Stidolph), 43. 

Charles, 43. 

Derick, 43. 

Edward, 43. 

Elizabeth, 43. 

Elizabeth (Ellerick), 43. 

Elizabeth (Arnold), 43. 

Elizabeth = Yardley, 43. 

Emanuel, 43. 

Frances, 43. 

Francis, 43. 

Jane (Howe), 43. 

John, 43. 

Margarett (Ridge), 43. 

Mary, 43. 

Richard, 43. 

Thomas, 43. 

William, 43. 
Anton, Thomas, 35. 
AphoweH, 87. 

Thomas, 87. 
Apleby, James, 35. 
Appleyard, John, 32. 
Armine, Sir William, 85. 
Arnold, Richard, 43. 
Arundell, John, 16. 
Aske, 14. 

Sir Henij de, 14. 
Askewe, Fnswold (Gardner), 3'. 
Astrey, Sir Rafe, 68. 

Margaret (Hill), 58. 
Aatry, 58. 
ASTRY, 68. 

Elizabeth =- Bugby, 58. 



100 



INDEX OF NAMES, 



AsTRT — eontinued. 

Elizabeth (Smyth), 58. 

Frands, 58. 

leabeU (Pigott), 58. 

Bafe, 58. 

Thomas, 58. 

William, 58. 
AtkiiiBon, 21. 
AueheTy 4, 16. 
Avmorif 3. 
AVENON, 3. 

Alexander, Sir, 3. 

Alexander, 3, 48. 

Alice ^ Earington, 3. 

Anne = Penkeyell, 3. 

Clerkin (Harvey), 3. 

Joane ^s Starky, 3. 

John, 3. 

Margaret, 3. 

Margery (Oaire^, 3. 

Mary (Alaersey), 3» 

Robert, 3. 

Thomafl, 3. 

William, 3. 
Averell, Henry, 28. 
Ayala^ 51. 
Ayloff, Etheldreda (Shaa), 77. 

Thomas, 79. 

William, 77. 

Baber, Edward, 11. 

Francis, 11. 
Babingtonj 78. 

—,62. 
Bachett, G^rge, 44. 
JBaekhouMy 63. 
BACKHOUSE, 63. 

Elen (Parkyn), 63^ 

Thomas, 63. 
Backhowse, Anne (Ctirzon), 63. 

Mary. 

Miles. 

Nicholas. 

Bowland. 

Samnd.* 

Sara » Fuller. 
Baeon, 9, 92. 
BACON, 9. 

Anne (Pakington), 9. 

Anne ==» Bivett, 9. 

Edmond, Sir, 9. 

Isabell (Cage), 9. 

James, 9. 

John, 9. 

Maigaret (Bawlings), 9. 

Margery (Quaplade), 9. 

Mary (Qiurdner), 9. 

Nicholas, Sir, 9. 

Bobert, 9. 

Thomas, 9. 

William, 9. 
Baeshej 93. 

Edwtud, 93. 
JBailnal, 21, 22. 
BailnaU, 20. 
Bakery 92. 
Baker, TresiruU aliasy 92. 

Rafe, 92. 

William, 92. 
Balding, John, 28. 
Baldry, Sir Thomas, 24, 84. 
Ball, —, 28. 



Bally, Nicholas, 20. 
Banies, 51. 


Babon — continued. 


Barthus, 87. 


Alderman, 51. 


Edward, 94. 


Barker, 11. 


Elizabeth «= Hare, 94. 


Barker, alias Grer^', 11. 


„ = Rotheram, 94. 


John, 11. 


„ = Perient, 94. 


Nicholas, 17. 


Jane = Cobb, 94. 


Barkley, Richard, 11. 


John, 94. 


Bamatty 82. 


Julian =■ Cutler, 94. 


Bamatt, — , 82. 


Julian == Style, 94. 
Katherin fwrightj, 94. 
Margaret (Morton), 91, 94. 


Bame, Baron alias, 87. 


Bame, 7, 25. 


BARt^E, 25. 


Margaret >== Baron, 94. 


Alice (Brooke), 25. 
Anne rCarleiln, 25. 
Anne (Garrard), 25. 


„ = Napeir, 94. 


Martha, 94. 


Paul, 87. 


Anne =s Marlei; 25. 


Peter, 94. 


Anne (Sandes), 25. 


Richard, 91, 94. 


Anne, 25. 


Thomas, 87, 94. 


Elizabeth « Rivers, 25. 


Bartelldtt, Anthony, 11. 


Frands, 25. 


John, 11. 


George, Sir, 7, 2&, 


Mary = Powell, 11. 


G^rge, 5, 25. 


Thomas, 37. 


John, 25. 


Bary, 93. 


Mark, 25. 


Peter de, 93. 


Peter, 25. 


Catarina, 93. 


Richard, 25. 


Baseden, — , 49. 


Thomas, 25. 


Basford, Tristram, 74. 


Williatt,25. 


Bassett, — , 55. 


Barney, 59. 


Batkvn, James, 13. 
Bawde, — , 21. 


BARNEY, 59. 


Amy, 59. 


Bayliff, Edward, 18. 


Anne, 59. 


Baynes, Richard, 12. 


John, 59. 


Beaide, William, 64. 


Margaret (Wentworth), 59. 
Margarett (Kennck)) 59. 


Beauehampy 51. 


Bee, Robert, 2. 


Mary «» Jenney, 59. 


Beckett, 31. 


Mary «= Brampton, 59. 


BECKETT, 31. 


Robert, 59. 


Anne (Balton), 31. 


Bamhamy 88. 


Anselme, 31, 44. 


BARNHAM, 88. 


Judith, 31. 


Alicia (Bradbridge), 88. 


Martha, 31. 


Alicia » Mason. 


Sara, 31. 




Winiam, 31. 


Benedict, 88. 


Beecher, 9. 


Borothy (Smyth), 88. 


BliilJiUHlfiJtv, 9. 


Etheldreda » Cleybrook, 88. 


Alice (Heron), 9. 


Francis, 88. 


Bartholomew, 9. 


Margaret = Combes, 88. 


Edward, 9, 27. 


« ColviB, 88. 


ElijEabeth =- Kelk, 9. 


Maria,88. 


Hennr, 9, 27. 
Mabel, 9. 


Mark, 88. 


Martin, 88. 


Maigaret, 9. 


Simon, 88. 


Mary, 9, 


Stephen, 88. 


Vane, 9. 


Ursula (Rndston), 88. 


William, 9, 27. 


Ursula — Swyft, 88. 


BeU, — , 74. 


— (Bowyer), 88. 


Belwood, 24. 


— (Cressy), 88. 

— (DobeU), 88. 


Benidere, John, 23. 


Betme, 60. 


— , = Dobell, 88. 


BENNE, 60. 


— (Patrik) 88. 


Anthony, 60. 


Bar&n, 87, 91, 94. 


Elizabeth (Woodeson), 60. 


BARON, 87, 91, 94. 


Henry. 


AUce (Harpesfeild), 91, 94. 


John. 


Alice «=: Dodson, 94 


Mercy «= Robson. 


Anna, 87. 


Mercy = Derick. 


Anna (AphowellJ, 87. 
Anna (Brokesby), 87. 


Robert. 


Thomas. 


Anne = Worsopp, 94. 


— (Burrell). 


Barbara, 94. 


Bennet, Micheal, 76. 


Bartholomew, 94. 


Bennot, Mary, 76. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



101 



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>/ 



V 



r 



Bennett, Elizabeth (Lowe), 76. 

John, Sir, 76. 

Robert, 62. 

—, 88. 
Benliey, — « 53. 
Bexde, — , 60. 
Beresford, Gborge, 6. 
Berington, Thomas, 89. 
Bemey, John, 84. 
Bettesworth, Peter, 72. 
Bifelde, — , 40. 
Biliard, Louis, 66. 
Billing^ 1. 

Billingford, William, 16. 
BiUingnleti^ 69. 
BILLINi&SLEY, 69. 

Elizabeth (Boome), 69. 

Elizabeth (Hardy), 69. 

Henry, 69. 

Richaid, 69. 

Thomas, 69. 

William, 69. 
Birdty 68. 
BIBDE, 68. 

Alice (Horton), 68. 

Alice SB Isher, 68. 

Anne (Delves), 68. 

Anne = Warder, 68. 

Francis, 68. 

Hugh, 68. 

John, 68. 

Mary =s Barges, 68. 

Mirabell (Bivett), 68. 

Bandolph, 68. 

Richfod, 68. 

Roger, 68. 

Thomas, 68. 

Walter, 68. 

William, 19, 68. 

— (Qianntrell), 68. 

— teavenport), 68. 

— fDoddon), 68. 

— (Marbury), 68. 
BxBtim^ 80. 
BISTON, 30. 

Adam, 80. 

Agnes (— P— ), 30. 

Alice (Lacke), 30. 

Cuthbert, 30. 

Joane (Stanbridge), 80. 

Robert, 80. 
Blackden, Guthbert, 83. 
Blackwell, Thomas, 8. 
Blanek^ 12. 
BLANCK, 12. 

Mannuret (Traves), 12. 

Sir Thomas, 12. 

Thomas, 12. 
Blondell, John, 82. 
BUmnt^ 28, 61. 
BLOUNT, 28. 

Albrett, 28. 

Anne (Coates), 28. 

Elizabeth (Haste), 28. 

Elizabeth »= Jenkes, 28. 

Hester « Alphe, 28. 

John. 

Joyce (Pakington), 28. 

Sir Richaid, 33. 

Richoid, 28. 

Thomas, 28, 61. 

Sir William, 61. 



Blouivt — continued, 

William, 28. 

— (Hawley), 61. 
Blunt, William, 36. 
Bodley, — , 18. 
Bodman, William, 62. 
Body, Thomas, 48. 
Bohwiy 36. 

GUbert, 86. 

Joane = Weaver, 36. 

Margaret TWastneys), 86. 
Bolt, Richara, 66. 
Bond, Sir George, 11. 

William, 11. 

~,9. 
Bonenfant, — , 98. 
Bonvile, — ^ 60. 
Boome, Henry, 69. 
Boothe, — , 66. 
Borlaey, 97. 
Bostock, John, 34. 
Bosvile, Sir Robert, 86. 
Bot oea, 2 9. 
BOWES. 29. 

Anne (Gunvile), 29. 

Dorothy (Markham), 29. 

Edward, 29. 

Elizabeth = Hart, 29. 

Elizabeth, 29. 

Jane, 29. 

Jerome, 29. 

John, 29. 

Margaret (Anne), 23. 

Mary, 29. 

Rafe, 29. 

Robert, 29. 
Bowser, Robert, 26. 
Bowyer, — , 88. 

John, 4. 
Boylstone, Robert, 10. 
BoxSf 10. 
BOXE, 10. 

Anne (Philippe), 10. 

Edwaid, 10. 

Martha = Fouth alitu Ford, 
10. 

Thomas, 10. 

William, 10. 
Bracy, Bridgitt (AUen), 63. 

Thomas, 63. 
Bradberyy 66. 
BRADBERY, 65. 

Edward, 66. 

Elizabeth (Leffcchilde), 66. 

Elizabeth, 66. 

Helen, 66. 

Joane (Wison), 66. 

John, 65. 

Jonas, 65. 

Peter, 66. 

Richard, 66. 

Thomas, 66. 
Bradbridffey 88. 

— , 88. 
Bradley, John, 23. 

—,61. 
Bragden, 48. 
BRAGDEN, 48. 

Avis (Totlowe), 48. 

Edward, 48. 

John, 48. 

Margery (Body), 48. 



Bbaodbn — continued. 

Mary, 48. 

Thomas, 48. 

William, 48. 
Brakenby^ 20, 21, 22. 
Bramstone^ 66. 
BRAMSTONE, 6^, 

Agnes "» Campion, 66. 

Anne, 66. 

Elizabeth »= Buck, 66. 

Elizabeth (Chambers), 56. 

Elizabeth (Konis), 66. 

Grace « Selye, 66. 

Hugh, 66. 

Jolm, 66. 

Mai^^aret (Symonds), M, 

Roger, 66. 

Thomas, b%, 
Braneh e^ 18. 
BRANCHE, 13. 

Anne (Stonley), 13. 

Ellen (Hamden), 13. 

EUon (Nicholson), 13. 

Joane (Wilkinson), 13. 

John, 13. 

John, Sir, 13. 

Mary «■ Uvedall, 13. 

— (Larke), 13. 
Brand, Henry, 82. 
Braye, — , 80. 
Brett, 47. 
BRETT, 47. 

Alexander, 47. 

Catharine, 47. 

Elizabeth (Bnsh), 47. 

Elizabeth (Highgate), 47. 

Elizabeth, 47. 

John, 47. 

Margaret »» Yeale, 47. 

Richard, 47. 

Robert, 47. 

Symon, 47. 

William, 47. 

— (Rosemaderos), 47. 
Bright, 84. 

Bright, Edward, 66. 

Gerbrode (Style}, 84. 
Brokesby, Richara, 87. 
Bromley, John, 11. 
Brooke, John, 31. 

Richard, 32. 

— , 26. 
Brookes, John, 74. 

Anne »■ Basford, 74. 

Alice »" Thro^ton, 74. 

Catherine »> Thompson, 74. 

Christopher, 74. 

Gabriel, 74. 

Henry, 74. 

Margery, 74. 

Richard 74. 
Broughton, Erasmus, 79. 

Joane (Haydon), 79. 
Brown, 60. 
Brown, John, 60. 

Jane == Hall, 60. 
Broume, 20, 21, 22, 24, 26, 60, 
62,80. 

Alice rTiUesworth), 20. 

Alice (Chapman), 20. 

Alice (Keble), 24. 

Alice (Baldrye), 24. 



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Browne —continued, 

Alice (MiUer), 25. 

Agnes (—?—), 62. 

Amye, 24. 

Anne f Collier), 20. 

Anne (Belwood), 24. 

Anne (Montgomery), 24. 

Anne = Peter, 24. 

Anne == Hall, 24. 

Andrey, 62. 

Charles, 24. 

Christian, 24, 

Catarine, 25. 

Cornelius, 62. 

Dorothy = Trappes, 20. 

Edward, 62, 24. 

Elizabeth = Tedway, 20. 

Elizabeth = Englii^ 24. 

Elizabeth, 25. 

Frances (LoveU), 25. 

Gertrude (Van der Dilst), 62. 

Hester, 20. 

Jane = SaJkyns, 20. 

John, 20, 24, 62, 77. 

Julian « Mundy, 24. 

Sir John, 24. 

Margaret (Lucas), 20. 

Mai^aret, 20, 24. 

Mary, 20, 24. 

Mary pfartyn), 24. 

Mary (Hayward), 25. 

Martha, 25. 

Mirabell, 20. 

Morris, 24. 

Peter,, 62. 

Bobert, 21, 62. 

Sara, 25. 

Symon, 80. 

Susan, 24. 

Thomas, 20, 23, 24, 62. 
Thuretan, 20. 
WiUiam, 20, 24, 64, 77. 

— (Stoke), 20. 

— (Bally), 20. 

— (Gkirdiner), 20. 

— (Shaa), 24. 
Bruges, 79. 
BBUGES, 79. 

Agnes (Ayloff), 79. 

Anna D* Acres, 79. 

Antonius, 79. 

Brigida, 79. 

Egidius, 79. 

Elizabeth = Garaway, 79. 

Giles, 60. 

John, 79. 

Thomas, 79. 

Ursula, 79. 

Winifred = Sackvile, 79. 

— - (Robyns), 79. 

— (Tyrrell), 79. 
Buck, George, 56. 
Buckborow, John, 96. 
Burkhurst, Lord, 87. 
Bugby, William, 58. 
Bull, 84. 

Nicholas, 58. 
Susan = Stile, 84. 
BULLOCK. 82. 
Joane = Standigc, 82. 
Mary = Stanley, 82. 
Boger, 82. 



Bullock — eontimted. 

Thomas, 82. 

Walter, 82. 

— (Thohnud), 82. 
Burbyn, — , 40. 
Burges, Robert, 68. 
Burghill, John, 35. 
Bumham, — , 21. 
BurreU, — , 60. 
Burton, 31. 
BURTON, 31. 

Anne. 

Dionise (Knighton). 

Edmond. 

Humfrey. 

James. 

John. 

Mary. 

Ursula. 
BuiT, Margaret (Baker), 92. 
Bush, Edward, 4. 
Bushe, Richard, 67. 
Butt, Thomas, 88. 
Buttle, Richard, 48. 
By»ett, 14. 

Manserus. 



Cage, John, 9. 
Calabutt, John, 32. 
Calmady, 49. 
Calthrop, 92. 
Anne = Treswell, 92. 
Richard, 32. 
Campion, Christopher, 56. 
Candeler, 33. 
CANDELER, 33. 
Richard, 33. 
— (Lock), 33. 
Carkett, William, 24. 
GarUiU, 86. 

Alexander, 25, 36. 
Carre, 83. 

Robert, 83. 
Carrowe, 45. 
CARROWE, 45. 
Anne (C^ihapman), 45. 
Henry, 45. 
James, 45. 
John, 45. 

Margery (Maple), 45. 
Thomas. 
WiUiam. 
Carter, Thomas, 85. 
Carter, — , 92. 
Carus, — , 83. 
Case, — , 44. 
Castell, Robert, 32. 
Cmteltfn, 39. 
CASTELYN, 39. 
John, 2. 

William, 2. 
3Q 

Castlu, 51. 

Castle, William, 92. 

CJave, Anthony, 1. 

Richard, 33. 
Cesar, Sir Julius, 98. 
Cesar^ 98. 
Chamberleyn, Heton, 44. 

Thomas, Sir, 46. 
Chambers, William, 56. 
Champion, 3. 



CHAMPION, 3. 
Barbara (Watson), 3. 
Sir Richard, 3. 
Chantrell, William, 68. 
Chapell, Chapman alias, 20. 
Chapman, 18. 
Robert, 18, 45. 
—,45. 

alioB Chapell, 20. 
Cheek, Elizabeth. 2. 
Cheeseman, — , 27. 
Cheater, 1. 
CHESTER, 1. 
Anthony, 1. 
Daniel, 1. 

Elizabeth (Turner), 1. 
Elizabeth (Lovett), 1. 
Emme =s Gardener, 1. 
Francis, 1. 

Francisca asi Robynson, 1. 
Jane = Offley, 1. 
Joan (Hill), 1. 
John. 

Judith (Cave), 1. 
Nicholas, 1. 
Susanna » Trott, 1. 
Thomas, 1. 
William,!. 
Sir William, 1. 
Chevall, 67. 

Henry, 67. 
Chew, Sir Bryan, 63. 
Chilestor, John, 31. 
Clark, Sir William, 5. 

Robert, 84. 
Clayton, Richard, 71. 
Cleybrook, William, 88. 
Cobbe, Micheal, 11. 
Alexander, 11. 
Thomasio, 11. 
Cock, 55. 

Ck)ck, Williftm, 23, 55. 
Coke, Sir Edward, 98. 
Coke, 98. 
Colby, — , 39. 
Coleclogh, 52. 
COLECLOGH, 52. 
Anne (Lockwood), 52. 
Aleonor (Draycott), 52. 
Anthony, Sir, 52. 
Catarine (Dalton). 
Catherine, 52. 
George, 52. 
John, 52. 

Margaret (Bennett), 52. 
Mary (Warner), 52. 
Mary, 52. 
Mathew, 52. 
Richard, 52. 
Thomas, Sir, 52. 
Thomas, 52. 
Tobias, 52. 
Colley, Richard, 39. 
Collier, Thurstan, 20. 
Colston, 32. 
COLSTON, 32, 74. 
Agnes, 32. 
ABce (Foxe), 32, 74. 
Alice f Brooke), 32, 74. 
Alice (Piers), 74. 
Alice (Bell), 74. 
Anne, 32. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



103 



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Colston — etmtinued, 

Anne ss Lowe, 74. 

Anne = Grifi^, 74. 

Gatarine (Malorye), 32. 

Catherine (Malloiy), 74. 

Daniel, 74. 

Elizabeth r= Fletcher, 32, 
74. 

Elizabeth, 32. 

Elizabeth = Hickes, 74. 
•,, «3 Parvish, 74. 

Elizabeth (Cowdrey), 74. 

EUzabeth (Coulby), 74. 

Gabriel, 32, 76. 

Gabriell, 74. 

George, 74. 

Grace «> Gillman, 74. 

Henry, 74. 

John, 74. 

JndiUi, 74. 

Mary (Disney), 74. 

Micheal, 32, 74. 

Ealphe, 74. 

Raphael, 32. 

Robert, 32, 74. 

William, 74. 

WiniJBred, 32. 

— (Fenton), 74. 
ColviU, Thomas, 88. 
Connye, Philip, 20. 
Connye, — , 20. 
Cony, Thomas, 11. 
ConyerSy 33. 
CONYERS, 83. 

Anne (Blount), 33. 

Anne, 

Francis. 

John. 

Rainold. 
Coo, John, 33. 
Cook, 42. 
Cook, Edmond, 66. ' 

Robert, 46. 

Thomas, 42. 
Cooper, 66, 97. 
COOPER, 66. 

Edith (Smith). 

IdoneU. 

Richard. 

Sibill (Hopkyns). 
Copcott, Richard, 96. 
Coplestone, Richard, 78. 
Copwood, 7, 69. 

John, 7, 69. 
Cordall, Robert, 48. 
Cordall, — y 66, 
CordeU, 91. 
CORDELL. 91. 
Cordell, John, 91. 

Robert, 91. 

William, 91. 

Thomas, 91. 
Corham, John, 78. 

Joan (Haydon), 78. 
Cortes, John, 28. 

—,63. 
CortnoU, — , 39. 
Cosworth, 16. 
COSWORTH, 16. 

Edward, 16. 

Elizabeth (Okinhome), 16. 

Dorothy (Lock), 16. 



CoBWOBTH — continued. 

Catatine = Arandell, 16. 

John, 16. 

Nicholas, 16. 

Robert, 16. 

Symon, 16. 

Thomas, 16. 

William, 16. 
Cotingham, John, 41. 

Thomas, 41. 
Cotton, Sir John, 19. 
Couday, — , 64. 
Coulby, — , 75. 
Covert, — , 48. 
CoviU, alias Colvill, 88. 
Cowdray, Elizabeth =s Colston, 
76. 

Francis, 76. 

Henry, 76. 

John, 76. 
Cowdrey, Francis, 75. 

Henry, 76. 

John, 76. 
Cowen, — , 64. 
Cowper, 83. 
COWPER, 83. 

Sir Richard, 83. 
Couper, Joane (Goodwyne), 83. 

John, 83. 

Julian (Blackden), 83. 

Richard. 

Robert. 

— Engler. 
Coxston, John, 66. 
Cradoke, — , 94. 
Crane, 93. 
Crane, Francis, 93. 
Crctuford, 1. 
Creede, Anthony, 21. 
Cresley, Cicely = Treswell, 

92. 
Cressy, — , 88. 
CrewySj 49. 
Crippes, — , 21. 
Cromwell, alias WilUamd, 8. 
Crosse, Vincent, 47. 
Croston, — , 70. 
Crymes, Thomas, 41. 
Ourson, 63. 

Thomas, 63. 
Cutler, Thomas, 94. 

Dabome, John, 6. 
Dacres, G^rge Lord, 79. 
Dalby, 96. 
Dalbye, G^eorge, 96. 
Dale, 66, 94. 
DALE, 66, 94. 

Alice, 66. 

Agnes, 94. 

Anne, 66, 

Elizabeth (Elliott), 94. 

Elizabeth, 66, 94. 

Elizabeth = Isham, 66. 

Elizabeth (Lane), 66. 

Elizabeth s= Pocker, 56. 

Emery (Cordall), 66. 

Henry, 66. 

Joane, 94. 

John, 66. 

Katherine, 94. 

Margaret (Cock), 66. 



Dale — continued. 

Mary, 65, 94. 

Maiy (Chapman), 56. 

Mathew, 66. 

Roger, 94. 

Robert, 94. 

WiUiami, 65, 94. 

— , (Winter), 66. 
Dalton, 44, 31. 
DALTON, 44. 

Alice (Martin), 44. 
* Anne =» Beckett, 44. 

Edward, 62. 

ElizabeUi (Chamberleyn), 
44. 

Elizabeth » Dodd, 44. 

Ellen rs Bachett, 44. 

George, 22, 31, 44. 

James, 44. 

Joane (Lymesey), 44. 

Margaret, 44. 

Mary (Roll), 44. 

Mary =s Dodd, 44. 

William, 14. 
Dane, 10. 
DANE, 10. 

Alice (Peppercome), 10. 

John, 10. 

Margaret (Kempe), 10. 

William, 10. 
Daniel, — , 62. 
Danser, Peter, 90. 

William, 48. 
Davenport, — , 68. 
Davis, Robert, 67. 
Davy, John, 67. 
Lavye, 79. 

John, 79. 
Davys, Robert, 69. 
Dawbney, 58. 
DAWBNEY, 68. 

Alice (Edes), 68. 

Anne. 

Elizabeth (Draper), 68. 

Joane =. Higgms, 68. 

John, 68. 

Oliver, 68. 

Rowland, 58. 
Day,—, 67. 
Deans, 97. 
Deane, John, 97. 

Robert, 46. 
Delabere, — , 36. 
Delavale, Peter, 63. 
Delony, Anthony, 65. 

John, 66. 

Olif, 66. 

Susan, 66. 
Delves, John, 68. 
Dene, 89. 
DENE, 89. 

A^es (Leeche), 89. 

Alicia (Berington), 89. 

Alicia, 89. 

Amya, 89. 

Biigida (Berington), 89. 

Chnstopher, 89. 

Elizabeth, 89. 

Elizabeth === PhUip, 89. 

Francis, 89. 

Henry, 89. 

Isabella (Dobbs), 89. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Isabella (Tounge), 89. 
James, 89. 
John att, 89. 
John, 89. 

Maigeria (Dunhurst), 89 
Mana, 89. 
Matthew att, 89. 
Miserecordia, 89. 
Bichard de, 89. 
Richard att, 89. 
Bobert att, 89. 
William, 89. 
William att, 89. 
Denefields, Walter de, 89. 
JDenhoMy 27. 
Denham, John, 27. 

William, 39. 
D&nt, 98. 

Dent, Sir DanyeU, 98. 
Denton, Alexander. 2. 
Derick, — , 60. 
Dickons, — , 70. 
Dilst, Van der, 62. 
Disney, John, 75. 

Elizabeth^V^alcott), 75. 
Dixye, Sir Wolston, 4. 
Dobbes, William, 89. 
— (HoUowell), 89. 
Isabella =» Dene, 89. 
Dobell, — , 88. 
Dod, 22. 
DOD, 22. 
Anne, 22. 
Bartholemew, 22. 
Catarine (Manley), 22. 
Gatarine, 22. 
David, 22. 
Edmond, 22. 
Elizabeth (Dalton), 22. 
Elizabeth (Vanhoult), 22. 
Elizabeth, 22. 
Francis. 
Gteorge, 22. 
Jane, 22. 
John, 22. 

Mary (Dalton), 22. 
Nathaniel, 22. 
PhiUp, 22. 
Randolph, 22. 
Roger, 22. 
Thomas, 22. 
Wmiam,22. 
Dodd, Bartholomew, 44. 

Francis, i4. 
Doddon, — , 68. 
Dodson, William, 91. 
Dolman, John, 32. 
Done, Bafe, 37. 
Dove, 58. 
DOVE, 58. 
AUce (NoweU), 58. 
Christopher, 58. 
Eleonor s= Haiiison, 58. 
Henry, 58. 
Joane, 58. 
John, 68. 
Lettice (Bull), 58. 
Richard, 58. 
Robert, 58. 
Thomas, 58. 
Downes, Richard, 86 



Dowse, John, 45. 
Dowthwayte, Thomas, 67.^ 
Drapery 4. 
DRAPER, 4. 

Anne sa Dixye, 4. 

Benett = Webb, 4. 

Benett == Fromonde, 4. 

Bri^da = Woodroff, 4. 

Christopher, Sir, 4, 16. 

Christopher, 4, 12, 16. 

Elizabeth = Bowyer, 4. 

John, 4. 

Margaret (Qreene), 4. 

Mathew, 4. 

Robert, 4. 

Thomas, 4. 

William, 4. 

— (Fyfleld), 4. 
Draycott, Sir John, 52. 

Drayner, — , 58. 
Drayton, 1. 
Drury, 83. 
Duekett, 7. 
DUCKETT, 7. 

G^eorge, 7. 

Jane (Pakington), 7. 

Sir lionell, 7. 

Mary (Leighton), 7. 

Thomas, 7. 
Daqy, James, 10. 
iHdt, 98. 

Dmi, Sir DanyeU, 98. 
Dmicombe, RichEuxl, 90. 
Dmihurst, — , 89. 
Dybank, Elen, 92. 

Mary, 92. 

Thomas, 92. 
Dybanke, Joane (Treswell), 92. 
-Dy^, 16. 
D^YDS, 16. 

Anna (Draper), 16. 

Sir WoLston, 16. 

Eden, Thomas, 27. 
Edes, — -, 58. 
JSdmondSy 98. 

Edmonds, Sir Thomas, 98. 
Edwardesy 43. 
Edwardes, 73. 
'Egerton, 17. 
EGFJEtTON, 17. 

Anne (Langton), 17. 

Anne, 17. 

Arthur, 17. 

lioneU, 17. 

Mary ss Wedgwood, 17. 

Randall, 17. 

Stephen, 17. 

Timothy, 17. 

Thomas, 17. 

Sir Thomas, 11,36. 

William, 17. 

— (Welbeck), 17. 
Egleonby, — , 21. 
Eliot, John, 80. 

Thomas, 80. 
Elkyn, Alice, 42. 

Anne (Metcalf), 42. 

John, 42. 

Richard, 42. 

Thomas, 42. 
EUerick, Richard, 43. 



Elliott, Thomas, 94. 
Ellis, Richards, 51. 
Ehoes, 95, 98. 
Elwee, Edward, 95. 

Geoffry, 95. 

Gefl&wy, 98. 
Elyott, John, 15. 
Engleby, Sir William, 81. 
Engler, — , 83. 
Rnglish, Benjamin, 24. 

fViswold (Gardner), 87. 
Erdeewick, 55. 
ERDESWICK, 55. 

Helen es Rutter, 55. 

Hngh, 65, 

Joan (Barsett), 65. 

Joane (Bright), 66. 

John. 

Margaret (Galamoro), 55. 

Richard. 
Erley.al's EUeiick, Richard, 43. 
Ersfeild, John, 84. ' 
Erewiek, 16. 
ESSEX, 81. 

Edmond, 81. 

John, 81. 

ThomsB, 81. 

— (Busby), 81. 

— (Doriforde), 81. 

— (Fane), 81. 
Ethexedffe, John, 36. 
Eversfield, John, 84. 
Everye, William, 79. 

—,78. 
Eves, 8. 
Eves, William, 8. 

Fairfax, 23. 
FAIRFAX, 23. 

Brigett (Eighlev), 23. 

Frances = Bradley, 23. 

(George, 28. 

Humfrey, 23. 

Thomas, 23. 

William, 23. 
Fairrefieuc, Anne (Woodis), 23. 

John, 23. 
Farrinffton, 48. 
FARRINGTON, 48. 

Alexander, 48. 

Alice (Avenon), 48. 

Elizabeth, 48. 

George, 48. 

John, 48. 

Margaret, 48. 

Mary » Danser, 48. [J 

Marye ss Martindale, 48. 

Mirabell, 48. 

Richard, 48. 

Sibill, 48. 

Thomas, 48. 
Fenton, — , 75. 
Femley, 15. 
Femley, William, 15. 
terrere, 98. 
Fi/eild, alias Lowe, 76. 
FIFEILD, alioi tOWE, 76. 

Anne, 76 

Elizabeth =s Draper, 76. 

Elizabeth, 76. 

John, 76. 

Lettice, 76. 



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FiFBiLD, aXxM LowB — Continued. 

Margar. 76. 

Richard, 76. 
Fildus, — , 37. 
Fiahe, George, 77. 

Elizabeth ==: Satton, 77. 
Flecher, William, 74. 
Fleming^ 98. 
Fleming, Sir Francis, 28. 

Micheal, 28. 

Sir Thomas, 98. 
ffolks, Robert, 85. 
Forth, Robert, 10. 
Foster, William, 2. 
Fourth, Robert, a/iM Forth, 10. 
ffowle, Kicholas, 85. 
Fowler, Sir Richard, 32. 

Richard, 77. 
Fowntavne, Nicholas, 22. 
Foxe, Micheal, 32, 74. 
Frankelyn, — y 21. 
Franklyn, George, 84. 
FREARE, 82. 

Elizabeth » Pecock, 82. 

Elizabeth, 82. 

Francisca, 82. 

Henry, 82. 

John, 82. 

Lucia ss Brand, 82. 
„ s Horsell, 82. 

Maria, 82. 

Martha = Marson, 82. 

Susanna, 82. 

Thomas. 82. 

Ursula (CasteU), 82. 

William, 82. 
Freeman, 93. 
FREEMAN, 93. 

Elizabeth (Laurence), 93. 

Elizabeth = Harvey, 93. 

Francis, 93. 

James, 93. 

John, 93. 

Martin, 93. 

Ralphe, 93. 

Wifiiam, 93. 
Frere, Alice (Litlewood), 82. 

Antonius, 82. 

Jerman, 82. 

Marv (Shawe), 82/ 

Regmald, 82. 

Thomas, 82. 
Friday, Radulphus, 92. 
Frith, John, 31. 
Frobisher, Barnard, 81. 

Sir Martin, 81. 
Fromonde, John, 4. 
Fryday, Isabell = Petre, 92. 
Fuller, Nicholas, 63. 
Fyfeild, — , 4. 

GABOTT, 95. 

Gahot, 95. 

Gabot, Anne (Haulton), 95. 

Henry, 95. 

Jane === Kempton, 5. 

John, 95. 

Margery (Wood), 95. 

Mary = IdUy, 95. 

Richard, 95. 

Robert, 95. 

lioger, 95- 



G^bot — eontinufd. 
Thomas, 95. 
William, 95. 

— (Elwes), 95. 
Gadbury, Richard, 24, 02. 
Gage, — , 28. 
Galamore, — , b^, 
Gamagey 14. 
GAMAGE, 14. 

Alice (Symonds), 14. 

Anthony, 14. 

John, 14. 

Thomasin (Home), 14. 

William, 14. 
Garard, Gatarina, 5. 

George, 5. 

Anne, 5. 

John, 5. 

Judith, 5. 

Henry, 5. 

Martha, 5. 

Thomas, 5. 

William, 5. 
Gtaraway, — , 79. 
Gardener, John, 1. 
Gardener J 42. 
GARDENOR, 42. 

Beatrix (Maye), 42. 

Elizabeth (Tarte), 42. 

Elizabeth (Michell), 87. 

Richard, 42. 

Thomas, 42. 

— (Whitney), 42. 
WilUam, 87, 

Gardiner, William, 20. 
Gardner^ 87. 
GARDNER, 87. 

Anne = Perrott, 87. 

Gatarine = Stepkyn, 87. 

Gatarine = Smith, 87. 

Gatarin, 87. 

Christopher, 87. 

Frances (Lucy), 87. 

Francis. 

Friswold = English, 87. 
„ = Askewe, 87. 
„ = Sheppard, 87. 

John, 9. 

Judith (Sakvile), 87. 

Margaret (Roderey), 87. 

Margaret, 87. 

Mary (Yelverton), 87. 

Richara, 87. 

Thomas, 87. 

WilUam, 87. 

— (Skipwith), 87. 
Garrard, 5. 
GARRARD, 5. 

Ame = Barne, 5. 

Elizabeth (Rowe), 5. 

Fnmcis, 66. 

George, 5. 

Isabdl (Nethermill), 5. 

Sir John, 5. 

John, 5. 

Peter, 5. 

Sir WilUam, 5. 

William, 5. 
Grarway, Edmond, 59. 
Gay, — , 7L 
Gagnsfard^ 41. 
GAYNSFORD, 41. 



t 



Gatitsford — continued. 
Alice = Cotingham, 41. 
Anne =* Cotingham, 41. 
Gatarine (Wilford), 41. 
Gatarine, 41. 

Elizabeth = Thomas, 41. 

Francis, 41. 

Henry, 41. 

Mary (Johnson), 41. 

Nicholas, 41. 

Robert, 41. 

Thomas, 41. 
Gens, Sebastian, 13. 
Gerrard, Laurence, 5. 

Thomas, 5. 
Gery, Baker aliaSf 11. 
Gifordy 1. 

GiflTord, Sir George, 21. 
Gilbard, 37. 

Gilbard, Margery = Partridge, 
37 

Mary = WadnaU, 37. 
Gilberd, 57. 
Gilberd, John, 57. 

Elizabeth (Lomley), 57. 

Nicholas, 57. 
Gilbert, 39. 
GILBERT, 39. 

Alice ^Bond), 39. 

Anne (Cortnoll), 89. 

Dorothy = Speak, 39. 

Edward, 39. 

Elizabeth » Colby, 39. 
„ *= Mollyns, 39. 

Elizabeth (Howes), 39. 

Henry, 39. 

Sir John, 39. 

Richard, 39. 
Gillman, Anne (Costeidine), 75. 

John, 75. 

Margaret, 75. 

Mary, 75. 

Richard, 75. 
Gittins, — , 9. 
Glynne, — , 57. 
Goble, — , 39. 
Goldston, Richard, 9. 
Goldwell, — , 38, 80. 

— (Hawte), 38. 
GomereaUy 97. 
Gone, John, 79. 

Jane (Haydon), 79. 
Gonter, Philip, 59. 
Goodwyne, Joane, 83. 
Gorney, 54. 
Gomey, William, 54. 
Gough, Laurence, 50. 
Grange, 67. 
GRANGE, 67. 

Alice, 67. 

Elizabeth (Dowthwayte), 67. 

George, 67. 

John, 67. 

Margaret (Johnson), 67. 

Richard, 67. 

Susan, 67. 
Graunt, — , 98. 
Grave, Nicholas, 57. 
Gray, Edward, 30. 
Greene, Henry, 4. 

John, 64. 

Roger. 53. 

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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Qreene — continued. 

Sergeant, 64. 
Grenvm, Bobert, 78. 
Oresham^ 15. 
GRESHAM, 15. 

AUoe (Blythe), 15. 

Anne (FOTnloy), 15. 

Anne, 15. 

Audrey {Jjpaxib), 15. 

Cicely « Syoll, 15. 

Edmond, 15. 

Elizabeth <« Nevill, 15. 

Elizabeth «= Elyott, 15. 

Ellen « VuedaU, 15. 

Franoes (Thwaytes), 15. 

James, 15. 

Joane (Hynde), 15. 

John, Sir, 15. 

John, 15. 

Margery (Billingford), 15. 

Margery » King, 15. 

Mary (Ipswell), 15. 

Mary ss Bowe, 15. 

Bichard, 15. 

Sir Bichard, 15. 

Thomas, 15. 

Sir Thomas, 15. 

Ursula »» Leveson, 15. 

William, 15. 
Qreawold^^l, 

Greswold, Dorothy = Weld, 
91. 

„ *= Offley, 91. 

Bichard, 91. 

Boger, 91. 
Grey, 70. 
OBEY, 70. 

Dorothy (Lynch), 70. 

Edmond, 70. 

Helena, 70. 

Henry, 70. 

Homfrey, 70. 

Margery (Henley), 70. 

Margarett «== Ijanghome, 
70. 

Mathew, 70. 

Bichard, 70. 

Walter, 70. 

William, 70. 
GriBin, Edward, 75. 
Gunston, — , 4. 
Gxmvile, — , 29. 
Gvynne, Mieitthew, 31. 

Haile, William, 21. 
JEra/2,50. 
HALL, 50. 

Alice (Merslinge), 50. 

Bersaba = Tftylor, 50. 

Dorothy (MicheU), 50. 

Edward, 50. 

Elizabeth = Tumbnll, 50. 
y, «** Howe, 50. 

Frances »» Gk>ugh, 50. 

Humfrey, 50. 

Jane (Brown), 50. 

Jane, 50. 

Joane (Hall), 50. 

John, 24, 60. 

Margaret (Pawthome), 50. 

Sibifl (Browne), 50. 

Thomas, 50. 



Hall — continued. 

William, 88. 
Mwnden^ 18. 
Hamden, Francis, 13. 
Hamer, — , 21. 
Hamond, — ^,61. 
Hampden, Thomas, 40. 

Margaret (Stockton), 40. 
Hanmer, — ^,11. 
Harhome^ 83. 
HABBOBNE, 83. 

Edward, 83. 

Joane ss Ward, 83. 

John, 83. 

Manddyn, 83. 

Mandelyne (Carre), 83. 

Thomas, 83. 

WiUiam, 83. 
Harbye, 86. 
HARBYE, 86. 

Nicholas, 86. 
Harby, Anne (Downos), 66. 

Anne (SaltcAstall), 86. 

Daniel, 86. 

Emme, 86. 

Francis, 86. 

Joane (Waller), 86. 

John, 86. 

Bichard, 86. 

William, 86. 
Harding, 18, 26, 54, 72. 
HARDING, 54. 

Margaret (€k>mey), 54. 

Margery (Alsopp), 54. 

Bobert, 18. 

Simon, 69. 
* WiUiam, 54. 

— (Midleton). 
Hardy, — , 69. 
Hare, Bichard, 94. 
Harington, Sir James, 11. 
Harieon, 73. 
HABISON, 73. 

Bichard, 4, 40. 

Beatrix, 4. 

Nicholas, 58. 

— , 73. 
Harlewyn, Andrew, 60. 
Harman, — , 41. 
Harper^ 4. 
HABPEB, 4. 

Alice (Tomlinson), 4. 

John, 11. 

Sir William, 4. 
Sarpeafeild, 91. 
Hai^)esfepd. 

— , 9L 

Alice = Baron, 91, 94. 
Harris, Bicard, 53. 

Bobert, 53. 
Hart, George, 29. 

Sir Peroeyall, 29. 
Hartfwrdy 87. 
HABTPOBD, 37. 

Elizabeth, 37. 

Joane (Woodland), 37. 

John, 37. 

Bobert, 37. 

William, 37. 
Harvey, Elizabeth (Freeman), 
93. 

Martin, 93. 



Harvey — continued. 

Stephen, 93. 
Harvy, 13. 
HABVY, 13. 

Agnes (G^ens), 13. 

Agnes, 13. 

ABoe = Batkyn, 13. 

Clerkyn, 13. 

Elizabeth (Lecroft), 13. 

James, 13. 

Margaret ■=» Underwood, 
13. 

Sebastian, 13. 

Thomas, 13. 

William, 13. 
Haste, — , 28. 
Hatchett, -— , 85. 
Haulton, Anne =» Gabot, 95. 
Haward, Sir Bowland, 8. 
Ha wee, 7 . 
HAWES, 7. 

Audrey (Copwood), 7. 

Elizabeth = Wilford, 7. 

Sir James, 7. 

John, 7. 

Margaret » Wattes, 7. 



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Wilfia 



liam, 43. 
Hatcley, 51. 
Hawley, John, 51. 
Hawte, — ^ 38. 
Haydon^ 78. 
HAYDON, 78. 

Adam, 78. 

Agnes (Merifeeld), 78. 

Amias, 79. 

Amye = Huntley, 79. 

Christian (Tiderleigh), 79. 

Drewe, 79. 

Gedeon, 79. 

George, 78. 

Henry, 78. 

Jane =» G«ne, 79. 

Joane (Grenvill), 78. 

Joane (Trent), 78. 

Joane (Weekee), 78. 

Joane (Paulett), 79. 

Joane «» Corham, 78. 

Joane =■ Broughton, 79. 

Joane (^?— )» 78. 

John, 78, 79. 

Juliana (—?—), 78. 

Margaret (Davye), 79. 

Margareta, 79. 

Margaret, 79. 

Mary =» Leigh, 79. 

Martha (Bose), 79. 

Merand, 78. 

Peter, 78, 79. 

Bichard, 78. 

Bobert, 78, 79. 

Boger, 78. 

Susan (Park), 78. 

Thomas, 78. 

William, 78. 
Hayward, Micheal, 25. 
Haywood, Jane = Hodson, 

36. 
Heame, Bobert, 80. 
Heath, 37. 
HEATH, 37. 

Agnes = Myldemay, 37. 



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Hbath — continued^ 

Agnes, 37. 

Elizabeth, 37. 

John, 37. 

Margaret, 37. 

Mary = Tynes, 37. 

Stephen, 37. 

Thomas, 37. 

William, 37. 
Hedd, 53. 
Hedd, Hemy, 53. 
Hedworth, John, 61. 
Holder, John, 23. 
Henley, — ^ 70. 
Hensley, Edward, 26. 
Emhon^ 27. 
Herdson, Hexury, 27. 
Hethersall, Hidiard, 96. 
HeUm^ 40, 59. 
HETON, 40, 59. 

Albany, 59. 

Anne, 5d. 

Augujstyne, 59. 

Awdrey, 59. 

Biyan, 59. 

Oatarine (Anderton), 59. 

Francis, 40. 

George, 40. 

James, 59. 

Jane(Bif6lde), 40. 

Maude (Bnrbyn), 40. 

Rose (Oopwood), 59. 

Sara, 40. 

William, 59. 
Heum^ 2 6. 
HE WES, 26. 

Dorothy = Henaley, 26. 

Geffirey, 26. 

Grace (Waldron), 26. 

James, 26. 

John, 26. 

Margaret (Bowser), 26. 

Mary, 26. 

Martha, 26. 

Boger, 26. 

Rowland, 26. 
. William, 26. 
Kewetty 15. 

Thomas, 30. 
Hickes, Elizabeth, 74. 

John, 74. 

Micheal, Sir, 74. 

William, 74. 
Higgins, — , 58. 
Highgate, Reginald, 47. 
Hildershaw, Richard, 23. 
BiUy 29. 
HILL^ 29. 

Agnes (Mowsdale), 29. 

Amye (Kawlyns), 29. 

Brigett^ 29. 

Elizabeth = Woodrofi; 29. 

Elizabeth, 29. 

John, 29. 

Margarett, 29. 

Rafe, j9. 

Susan, 29. 

Thomas, 29. 

WiUiam, 29. 
miles, 20, 21, 22, 50. 
HILLES, 50. 

Agnes (Lacy), 50. 



HiLLES — eou tinned. 

Barnabas, 50. 

Daniel, 50. 

Elizabeth (Berde), 50. 

Gterson, 50. 

John, 50. 

Richard, 50. 
Hills, Anne (Lacy), 76. 

Richard, 50, 76. 
Hinton, Roger, 70. 
HodgetOHj 46. 
HODGESON, 46. 

Agnes (Cooke), 46. 

Efizabeth (Wall), 46. 

Thomas, 46. 

William, 46. 
Hodadon, 36. 
HODSDON, 36. 

AHce rCarleill}, 36. 

Anne f Richards), 36. 

Anne (Sibthorpe), 36. 

Anne = Webbe, 36. 

Bri^ett, 36. 

Christopher, 36. 

Custance =» Moeelej, 36. 

Edward, 36. 

Elizabeth (Blunt), 86. 

Elizabeth, 36. 

Grace = Widow, 36. 

Henry, 36. 

Jane (Haywood), 36. 

Jane, 86. 

Joane (Etheredge), 36. 

John, 36. 

Nicholas, 36. 

Simon, 86. 

Thomas, 36. 

Ursula = Lee, 86. 

— (Markes), 36. 

— (Mayne), 36. 
ffoaan, 32. 
HOGAN, 32. 

Anne, 32. 

Anthony, 32. 

Brigett « Calabutt, 32. 

Brigitt (Fowler), 32. 

Edmond, 32. 

Elizabeth (Blondell), 32. 

Elizabeth » Appleyard, 32. 

Francis, 32. 

John, 32. 

Rob^ 32. 

Thomas, 32. 

William, 32. 
Holland, 56. 
HOLLAND, 56. 

Elizabeth (Bolt), 56. 

Helenor (Shurley), 56. 

Henry, 56. 

Joane, 56. 

John, 56. 

Mary, 56. 

Ricliajd, 56. 

Robert, 56. 

Thomas, 56. 

William, 56. 
Hollowell, Robert, 89. 

WiUiam, 89. 
Holmden^ 56. 

John, 56. 
Holme, 34. 
HOLME, 34. 



HoLMB — oontimied, 

Alice (NewmanJ, 34. 

Oatarine =» Swift, 34. 

Elizabeth (Masey), 34. 

Elizabeth = Richardson, 34. 

Elizabeth, 34. 

G^rge, 34. 

Hugh, 34. 

Mauiew, 34. 

Maud =s Bostock, 84. 

Peter, 34. 

Robert, 34. 

Thomas, 84. 
Holt; 66* 
Holt, James, 66. 
Holte, — , 40. 
Hopkyns, William, 66. 
Home, Edward, 14. 
Horsell, Luoia (Freare), 83. 

—,82. 
HorepooU, 46. 
HORSPOOLE. 46. 

Elizabeth (^yth), 46. 

Hawis (Baker), 46. 

Hawis, 46. 

John, 46. 

Mary, 46. 

Simon, 46. 

Symon, 46. 

Thomas, 46. 

William, 46. 
Horton, — ^, 68. 
Houghton, 71. 

Thomas, 71. 
Howe, John, 19. 

Robert, 50. 

Thomas, 43. 
Huchyns, Thomas, 18. 
Huglett, — (Kirkby), 61. 

— , 61. 
Huntley, Amye (Haydon), 79. 

Edmund, 79. 
Hutton, — , 59. 
Hynde, Augustine, 15. 

Ingloeae, 88. 
Ipswell, Mary, 15. 
leham, 17. 
ISHAM, 17. 

Anne (Powlton), 17. 

Anne, 17. 

Elizabeth (Barker), 17. 

Elizabeth, 17. 

Ellen (Vere), 17. 

Ewseby, 17. 

Giles, 17. 

Gregory, 17, 55. 

Henry, 17. 

Jane, 17. 

John, 17. 

MargeiT, 17. 

RicluLrd, 17. 

Robert, 17. 

Thomas, 17. 

William, 17. 
Isher, — , 68. 

Jackman, 72. 
JACKMAN, 72. 

Alderman, 9. 

Anne (Paldngtoii), 72. 

Anne (Poleby), 72. 



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Jackman — continued. 

Edward. 

Jane rLambart), 72. 

Jane (Bettesworth), 72. 

John, 26, 72. 

Margaret (Snlliard), 72. 
Jaekiony 40. 
JACKSON, 40. 

Charles, 40. 

Frands, 40. 

John, 40. 

Thomafl, 40. 

William, 40. 
Jaryia, Sir Arthur, 90. 

— >73. 
Jmhtmon, 52. 
JENKEKSON, 52. 

Brigett (Whinyaid), 62. 

Elen (Dandl), 52. 

James^ 52. 

Robart, 52. 

Robortt, 52. 
Jenkes, RicharA, 28. 
JenkifntoHy 51. 
JENKYNSON, 51. 

Alice, 51. 

Anthony, 51. 

Judith (Marshe), 51. 

Mary, 51. 
Jenney, Bobert, 59. 
JennynB, Thomas^ 51. 
Jewell, 1. 
Johnson, Robert, 67. 

— (Warner), 52. ' 

-,41. 
Jones, — , 92. 
Joyner, Sir Kenelm, 85. 
Judde, 69. 
Judde, Sir Andrew, 69. 

KayU sive K$le, 70, 

KAYLE five KELE, 70. 

Kd>le, 24. 

Keble, Sir Henry, 24. 

Kede, William, 63. 

KeU, 70. 

Kelk, Clement, 8. 

Kelke, — , 27. 

Kelly, Alice ^ Weekes, 78. 

— y Copleston, 78. 

Elizabeth (Kymber), 78. 

Henry, 78. 
Kempe, 10, 30. 
KEMFE, 30. 

Agnes (Page), 30. 

Anthony, 80. 

Bartholomew, 30. 

Charles, 30. 

Edmond, 10, 30, 84. 

Edward, 30. 

Elizabetii ss Throgmorton, 
30. 

FrandSt 30. 

Margaret, 30. 

Mary (Gray), 80. 

Robert, 30. 

Thomas, Sir, 38. 

William, 30. 
Kempton, Henry, 95. 
Kenrick, Mary »» Qarway, 59. 
„ 8B Barney, 59. 
—,59. 



Keniston, John, 88. 
Ketleby, — ^ 4. 
Kiffhley, 23. 
Kighley, Thomas, 23. 
Kinff, 97. 
King, Sir John, 97. 

Marg^erv, 15. 
Kinge, William, 96. 
Kfrkby, — , 61. 
Kirkehy, 46. 
Kirkeby, Alice (Whetill), 46. 

William, 46. 
Knighton, £1. 

Knighton, John, 31. 
Kymber, 78. 

Kymber, Eliz. = Haydon, 78. 
Kyrton, 12. 
Kyrton, Stephen, 12. 

Lacke, — , 30. 

Laey, 50, 76. 

Lacy, Christopher^ 76. 

Aime = Huls, 76. 

Gilbert, 76. 

Margaret = Lowe^ 76. 
Lake, 98. 
Lake, John, 8. 

Sir Thomas, 98. 
Lambard, Christopher, 53. 
Lambart, Thomas, 72. 
Lambert, 26. 
LAMBERT, 26. 

Alice (Pakington), 26. 

AHoe, 26. 

Anne, 26. 

Catanne (Pakington), 26. 

Catarine, 26. 

Edmond, 26. 

Edward, 26. 

Elizabeth, 26. 

Francis, 26. 

Giles, 26. 

Hnmfrey, 26. 

Jane, 26. 

Joane (Connye), 26. 

Joane ss Conye, 26. 

John, 26. 

Margarett, 26. 

Mary (Jackman), 26. 

Mary, 26. 

Richard, 26. 

William, 26. 
Lane, Edmond, 67. 

William, 55. 
Langham, — , 85. 
Langhom, William, 70l 
Loitgley, 6. 
LANGLEY, 6. 

Adam, 6. 

Francis, 6. 

Emme (More), 6. 

Joane (Fotkyn), 6. 

John, 6. 

Margaret ^ Treswell, 92. 

Robert, 6. 

Ursula (Tilswortk), 6. 

William, 6. 
Langton, 17. 
Li^^n, Amie, 17. 

Thomas, 53. 
Larke, — , 13. 
LaeoH, 61. 



LASON, 61. 

Agnes, 61. 

Alice, 61. 

Catarine (Siharte), 61. 

Catherine, 61. 

(George, 61. 

John, 61. 

Robert, 61. 

Rowland, 61. 

Thomas, 61. 

William, 6L 

— (Hedworth), 61. 
Laurence, 93. 

Mathew, 93. 

Sir OliTer, 93. 

Simon, 84. 
Laston, 62. 

Joane (Kirkeby), 46. 

John, 62. 

William, Sir, 46, 62. 
Lecroft, Elizabeth, 13. 
Lee^ 56, 68. 
LEE, d6. 

Aime (Loe), 52. 

Anne (Lowe), 76l 

Anna, 76. 

Boris, 68. 

John, Sir, 36. 

John, 76. 

Hargarott (Poyner), bQ, 

Mary ^Egerton), 36. 

Mary rHolmden), 56. 

Nan Mary, 76. 

Richard, 56. 

Sir Robert, 52. 

Robert, 76. 

Thomas, 36, 56. 

Ursula (Hodsdon), 36L 
Leeche, John, 89. 
Leftchilde, — , 66. 
Leigh, 11, 79. 
LEIGH, 11. 

Alice (Barker), 11. 

Alice =s Cony, 11. 

Catharina (mrkley), 11. 

Caterine (Spencer), 11. 

Catarine =s Baber, 11. 

Elizabeth (Harper), 11. 

Elizabeth s= Hanmer, 11. 

Frances (Harington), 11. 

Francis, Sir, 11. 

John, 8. 

Margeria (Lowe), 11. 

Mary «= Andrewos, 11. 
„ » Cobbe, 11. 

Mary (Haydon), 79. 

Richard, 11. 

Roger, 11. 

Roland, 11. 

Thomas, Sir, 11. 

Thomas, 11. 

Walter, 79. 

William, 11. 

Sir William, 11. 

Winifred r== Bond, 11. 

— (Egerton), IL ^ 

— (Traffoid), 11. 
Leighton, Hugh, 7. 
Le Maire, 93. 

LE MAIRE, 93. 
Catherine (dc Bary), 93. 
David, 93. 



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Lb Maibb — continued. 

Jacobus, 93. 

Maria s= Swinnerton, 93. 

Maria ss Orane, 93. 

Peter, 93. 

Sara (Trian), 93. 

Sara = Baeahe, 93. 
Le Tayhr, 23. 
LE TAYLOR, 23. 

Bethsabe (HaU), 23. 

Edxnond, 23. 

Elizabeth (Holder), 23. 

Elizabeth (Sely), 23. 

Isaac, 23. 

Isabel! (Townes), 93. 

Jane (%leonb}r)i 23. 

Joane ss Hildersham, 23. 

John, 23. 

Margaret = Cock, 23. 

Mary (Beniclere), 23. 
Zevewn, 18. 
LEVESON, 18. 

Barbara (Chapman), 18. 

Dennis (Bodley), 18. 

Eleonor, 18. 

Nicholas, 18. 

Thomas, 15, 18. 
Lily, John, 95. 
litlewood, Richard, 82. 
Zoeky 33. 
Lock, — , 33. 

William, Sir, 16. 
Zoekwood, 52. 
Lockwood, 52. 
Lodge, Sir Thomas, 46. 
Loe, Sir Thomas, 52. 
Loker, John, 18. 
LonUey, 57. 
Lomley, Bale, 67. 

William, 57. 
ZonOy 6. 

Long, Simon, 6. 
Longe, 61. 
LONGE, 61. 

Alice (Hnglett), 61. 

Alice, 61. 

Anne, 61. 

Anthony, 61. 

Elizabeth, 61. 

Jane (Mayte), 61. 

John, 61. 

Jaditha, 61. 

Margaret (Hamond), 61. 

Margaret, 61. 

Mary ^s Allen. 

Mary, 61. 

Morris, 61. 

Robert, 61. 

Simon, 61. 

—,57. 
Lopez, Roger, 65. 
Louday, — , 41. 
Lovell, 67, 71. 
LOVELL, 71. 

Edward, 67. . 

Elizabeth, 71. 

Henry, 71. 

John, 25. 

Margarett (Gay), 71. 

Margarett (Pikering), 71. 

Margaret, 71. 

Thomas, 71, 90. 



Lovett^ 1. 

Lovett, Thomas, I. 

LOWE, FIFEILD alias, 76. 

Anne (Colston), 76. 

Anne ss Aldersey, 76. 

Anne as Lee, 76. 

Elizabeth = Andrew, 76. 

Elizabeth =» Benett, 76. 

Francis, 76. 

Gabriel, 76. 

Jane, 76. 

John, 76. 

Jaditii, 76. 

Margaret (Lacy), 76. 

Margaret, 76. 

Mary ^ Offley, 76. 

Micheal, 76. 

Rafe, 76. 

Simon, 76. 

Timothy, 76. 

Thomas, 76. 

Thomas, Sir, 74. 
LoweUy 19. 
LOWEN, 19. 

Elizabeth =^ Mayalt, 19. 
„ sr Sherington, 10. 

Joane (Flommer), 19. 

John, 19. 

Margery ss Howe, 19. 

SibiU (Allen), 19. 

Thomas, 19. 
Lueary 49. 
LUCAR, 49. 

Ciprian, 49. 

Elizabeth (Withipolo), 49. 

Emanuel, 59. 

Henry, 49. 

Jane := Rowo, 49. 

Joane (Tumbull), 49. 

John, 49. 

Mark, 49. 

Martha, 49. 

Mary as Pigram. 

Mary, 49. 
Luea»^ 20, 21, 22. 
Lucas, John, 20. 

— , 90. 
Lucy, Humfrey, 10. 
Lucy, Robert, 87. 
LuddingtoHy 46. 
LUDDINGTON, 46. 

Avis (— P— ), 46. 

Anne =s Lodge, 46. 

Joane ss Machell, 46. 
„ = Chamberleyne, 46. 

Joane (Eirkeby), 46. 

Nicholas, 46. 
Ludyng^on, Henry, 46. 
Lyfe, Richard, 95. 
Lymeeey, — ^ 44. 
Ljoich, Simon, 70. 
Lynne, Audrey, 15. • 

—,51. 
Lyons, Andrew, 92. 

Mahhe, 39. 
MABBE, 39. 

Catarine, 39. 

Edward, 39. 

Isabell (Colley), 39. 

Joane (Goble), 39. 

John, 39. 



Mabbb — eontintud, 

Martha (Denham), 39. 

Mary ^ Dolman, 39. 

Nicholas, 39. 

Richard, 39. 

Robert, 39. 

Stephen, 89. 

Susan, 39. 

William, 89. 
Machell, — , 46. 
Mallorye, — , 74. 
Malorye, John, 32. 
Mampas, — , 71. 
Manly, Nicholas, 22. 
MauAridgey 45. 
MANSBRIDOE, 45. 

Agnes (AbeU), 45. 

Helen (Wamer), 45. 

John, 45. 

Thomas, 45. 

William, 45. 
Manwaring, — ^ 70. 
Maple, — , 45. 
Marburyy 51. 
MARBURY, 51. 

Agnes (Lynne), 51. 

Alice SB Marbury, 51. 

Anne (Bankes), 51. 

Anne ss Bradley, 51. 
„ » Wade, 51. 

Christian =■ Withers, 51. 

Elizabeth » EUis, 51. 

Humfrey, 51. 

John, 51. 

Robert, 51. 

Thomas, 51. 

Thomasin s= Jennyns, 51. 
Markes, — ^ 36. 
Markham, — ^ 29. 
Marler, Walter, 25. 
^iarshe, John, 51. 
Marwn, 82. 
Marson, Robert, 82. 

Roger, 82. 
Martindale, — ^ 48. 
Marti fHy 2 . 
MARTYN, 2. 

Alice (Pullyn), 2. 

Anne, 2. 

Edmond, 2. 

Edward, 24. 

Elizabeth (Castelyn), 2. 

Elizabeth (Cheek), 2. 

Humfrey, 2. 

Joan, 2. 

Laurence, 2. 

Letitia (Pakington), 2. 

Martha = Castelyn, 2. 

Mary :s Denton, 2. 

Roger, 2. 

Sir Roger, 2. 

Richaia, 2. 

Susanna ss Dee, 2. 

Thomas, 44. 
Masey, — , 34. 
Mason, — , 88. 

JfOMM, 68. 

May, 73. 

May, Elizabeth, 78. 

Mayatt, Thomas, 19. 

Maye, — , 42. 

Mayne, — , 36. 



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Mayte, — , 61. 

Meade, 27. 

Meade, Christopher, 84. 

Bichard, 22. 

Thomas, 27. 
Merburyy 51. 
Merbury, Agnes (Blount), 51. 

William, 61. 
Meredith, Philip, 64. 
Merife^ — , 78. 
Merryy 11. 
Merslinge, — , 50. 
Meteal/ey 42. 
METCALFE, 42. 

Alice (Cook), 42. 

Anne » Elkyn, 42. 

Thomas, 42. 
Itfichell, — , 87. 

—,50. 
Michenar, John, 51. 
Midleton, Elena, 43. 

Elizabeth, 43. 

Anne (Anthony), 43. 

Richard, 43. 

Thomas, 43. 

William, 43. 

—,54. 
Mildmay, Sir Walter, 37. 
Miller, John, 25. 

Nicholas, Sir, 85. 
MoUyns, Sir Micheal, 39. 
Montgomexy, Sir John, 24. 
Monjoigs, Sir Edward, 85. 
Moore, Nicholas, 38. 
Mording, Miles, 86. 
More, William, 6. 
Mqrison, 98. 
Morton, Mary == Baron, 91, 

94. 
Morgan, 95. 
MORGAN, 95. 

Abell,95. 

Alice (Sipthorpe), 95. 

EHzabeth (Lyfe), 95. 

EUssabeth, 95. 

Hugh, 95. 

Joh ne (Copcott), 95. 

John, 95. 

Margery, 95. 

Richard, 95. 

Robert, 95. 
Moseley, Micheal, 36. 
Mountford, 97. 
Mountford, Dr., 97. 
Mowsdalo, John, 29. 
Moyses, Peter, 96. 
Munday, Julian (Ghtdbury), 
24 

John, Sir, 24. 

Vincent, 24. 
Muaehamp, 41. 
MUSCHAMP, 41. 

Catarine (Louday), 41. 

Christopher, 41. 

Edward, 41. 

Jane = Crymes. 

John, 41. 

Rafe, 41. 

Susan =s ToppefifeUd. 

Thomas, 41. 

William, 41. 

— (Haimon), 41. 



I MuscHAMP — eoHtinued. 

— (Nynnee), 41. 

— (Scott), 41. 
Myldemay, — , 37. 
Mvlies, 11. 
MYLLE8, 11. 

— (Merry), 11. 

Nailor, Catherine, 90. 

Elizabeth, 90. 

Jane, 90. 

Lovell, 90. 

Mary, 90. 

Richard, 90. 

William,90. 
Nanton, Robert, 35. 
Napeir, al's Sandy, 94. 

Robert, Sir, 94. 
Xaylour^ 90. 
NAYLOUR, 90. 

Anna = Whitton, 90. 

Catherine (Heame), 90. 

Edward, 90. 

Elizabeth (LoyeU). 

Henry, 90. 

Jane (Duncombe), 90. 

Richard, 90. 

William, 90. 
Needham, G^rge, 84. 
Nelson, Lucia =s Peacock, 80. 
Nethermill, Julinus, 5. 
NeyiU, Sir Henry, 15. 
Netvdigate, 34. 
Newdlgate, John, 34. 
Newman, Alice = Holme, 34. 

John, 34. 

— »r Tasker, 34. 
—,69. 

NichelU, 64. 
Nichells, John, 64. 
Nicholas, Sir Ambrose, 36. 

John, 36. 
NieolU, 66. 
NICOLLS, 66. 

Christian (Thomson), 66. 

Elizabeth (Cook), 66. 

Ellen (Holt), 66. 

John, 66. 

Mary ss Gairard, 66. 
Nonris, — , 56. 
Norton, Richard, 81. 
Nowell, — , 58. 
Nynnes, 41. 

Odley, Richard, 1. 
Odyon, Thomas, 38. 
Offley, 64, 91. 
OFFLEY, 64. 

Henry, 64. 

Hugh, 9L 

Joane (NicheUs), 64. 

Mary. (Lowe), 76. 

Mary (White), 64. 

Robert, 76. 

Susan, 91. 

Thomas, 64, 76. 

Thomas, Sir, 1, 64. 

— (Cradoke), 64. 
Okeorer, 62. 
OKEOVER, 62. 

Elizabeth (Babingtou), 62. 
Elizabeth, 62. 



OxEOVBB — continued, 

Philip, 62. 

Rafe, 62. 

Rowland, 62. 

Sara, 62. 

Sibill (White), 62. 

Susan, 62. 
Oldnhome, Elizabeth, 61. 
Oliph, 8. 
OLIPH, 8. 

Anne, 8. 

Catherine, 8.^ 

Elizabeth, 8. 

Joan, 8. 

Joan (Eves), 8. 

Joane »& Leigh, 8. 

John. 

Malem. 

OUyo. 
Osborne, a. 15. 
OSBORNE, 15. 

Edward, Sir, 15. 

— (Hewett), 15. 
Osmond, Agnes, 92. 

Henry, 22. 

Hester, 22. 

Mary (Salkyns), 22. 

Packer, — , 66. 

Page, — , 30. 

Pagett, Lord William, 19. 

Aime (Smyth), 81. 
Painsll, 20, 21, 22. 
Pakington, 2, 7, 26, 72. 
Pakuigton, Humfrey, 2, 7, 9, 
26, 72. 

John, Sir, 2. 

John, 28, 80. 
Pargitor, Anthony, 12. 
Park, 78. 

Park, Susan = Haydon, 78. 
Parker, 47, 66. 
PARKER, 47- 

John, 47, 66. 

Margery (Crosse), 47. 

Mazgery (Allen), 47. 

Wilfiam, 47. 
Parkyn, John, 63. 
Partridge, 37. 
PARTREDOE, 37. 

'Affabel, 37. 

Anne (Filders), 37. 

Ellen = Bartellett, 37. 

Margery (Gilbard), 37. 

Mary = Wadnall, 37. 

Thomas, 37. 
Parvish, Anne, 74. 

Elizabeth » Trott, 74. 

Ellen, 74. 

Gkibriel, 75. 

George, 74. 

Henry, 74. 

Mary, 74. 

Thomaa, 74. 
Patrick, Richard, 88. 
Paltenson, 63. 
PATTENSON, 63. 

AUce (Kede), 63. 

Brianua, 63. 

Christian, 63. 

Ellen (Chew), 63. 

John, 63. 



i 



1 



1 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



ni 



Pattbnsok — continued, 

Prndenoe, 63. 

Robert, 63. 
Paidetty Sir Amios, 79. 
Fawthome, — ^ 60. 
PEACOCK, 80. 

Anne, 80. 

Beatrix, 80. 

IsabeU (—?—), 80. 

Isabell, or Alice, 80. 

John, 80. 

Lanncelot, 80. 

Lucia (Kelfion), 80. 

Luda, 80. 

Margaret, 80. 

Mary, 80. 

Ricliard,80. 

Bobert, 80. 

Thomas, 80. 
PECOCK, Anna, 82. 

Elizabeth, 82. 

Maria, 82. 

Susan, 82. 

Thomas, 82. 
Penkerwell, — , 3. 
Fmne, 20, 21, 22. 
Peppercome, — , 10. 
Perient, Sir Greorge, 94. 
Perios, — , 70. 
Perrott, Dorothy, 87 

Francis, 87. 

Simon, 87. 

Ursula, 87. 

William, 87. 
Peryn, George, 84. 
Peterson, Susan, 92. 
Peter Axme (Langley), 92. 

Elizabeth, 92. 

Hugh, 92. 

John, Sir, 24. 

Hugh, 92. 

Lord, 24. 

MaiY, 92. 

William, 92. 

William, Sir, 24. 
Petre, Roger, 92. 
Philip, Stephen, 89. 
Philippiy 28, 71. 
PHILIPPS, 28, 71. 

Alice (AvereU), 28. 

Alice = Fleming, 2!^. 

Alice =» Smith, 28. 

Anne = Stuard, 28. 

Anne, 28. 

Elizabeth (Mampas), 71. 

Henry, 10, 28. 

Joan z=5 Balding, 28. 

Joane f Clayton), 71. 

Joane (Houghton), 71. 

John, 71. 

Margfaret = Townrowe, 28. 

Margery =s Prise, 28. 

Mary, 28. 

Rachel, 28. 

Robert, 71. 

Sibill (Ridley), 28. 

Thomas, 28. 

William, 28, 71. 
Fhilip san, 66. 
PHILIPSON, 66. 

Anne (Boothe), 66. 

Elizabeth (Coxston), 66. 



Philipson — continued, 

Margaret (Packer), 66. 

Mark, 66. 

Mathew, 66. 

Robert, 66. 
Pickering. — ^ 71. 
Pickton, wnHam, 96. 
Pie, — , 21. 
Piers, — , 74. 
Piereony 31. 
PIERSON, 81. 

Edward, 31. 

Elizabeth, 31. 

Joane (Gwvnne), 31. 

Joane » fVith, 31. 

John, 31. 

Mary » Chilostor, 31. 

PhiHp, 31. 

Thomas, 31. 

— (Brooke), 31. 
Pigott, — , 68. 
Pigram, Richard, 49. 
Pipe, 10. 
PIPE, 10. 

Alice ^ Bucy, 10. 

David, 10. 

Elizabeth (Luce), 10. 

Evan, 10. 

Humfirey, 10. 

Joane ^^ Boylston, 10. 

John, 10. 

Margaret, 10. 

Margaret (Wakelyn), 10. 

Richard, 10. 

Rose =s Spercy, 10. 

Samuel, 10. 

Susan, 10. 
Plommer, John, 19. 
Poleby, Robert, 72. 
Poley, Alice (Shaa), 77. 

John, 77. 

William, 77. 
Pope, 46. 
POPE. 46. 

Agnes (Dowse), 46. 

Ghnace (Deane), 4 . 

Francis, 46. 
Potkyn, 6. 
Potkyn, John, 6. 
Powlton, Giles, 17. 
Poyner, — , 68. 
Prayere, 1. 

Prescott, Grisogan (Joyner), 
86. 

John, Sir, 86. 
Prestwood, Beatrix (Harison), 

4. 
Prise, Thomas, 28. 

Margery (Treswell), 92. 
Prowze, 49. 
PROWZE, 49. 

Alice ^aseden), 49. 

Alice (Smyth), 49. 

Catarine, 49. 

Christopher, 49. 

Elizabeth, 49. 

John, 49. 

Judith, 49. 

Mercy, 49. 

Thomas, 49. 
Pullineofi^ 47. 
PULLINSON, 47. 



PuLLiNSON — continued. 
Thomas, 2. 
Thomas, Sir, 47. 
Pye, Edmund, 63. 

• 

Quaplade, — ^ 9. 
QUARLES, 73. 
John, 73. 

Ramsey, 68. 
RAMSEY, 68. 

Alice (Lee), 68. 
- Elizabeth, 68. 

John, 68. 

Jone = Newman, 68. 

Mary (Dale), 68. 

Richaid, 68. 

Thomas, Sir, 68. 

William, 62, 68. 
Randall, William, 64. 
Raven, — , 19. 
Rawlings, William, 29. 
Raynsford, John, 77. 
Reade, Thomas, 27. 
Redman, 64. 
REDMAN, 64. 

Agnes (Couday), 64. 

Edward, 64. 

Isabell (RandaU), 64. 

James, 64. 

John, 64. 

Margaret (Oowon), 64. 

Maud = Robinson, 64. 

Richard, 64. 

William, 64. 
nUh, 27. 
RICH, 27. 

Catherine (Meade), 27. 

James, 27. 

Susan (Reade), 37. 

Susan, 27. 

Thomas, 27. 

Thomasin, 27. 
Richardson, Arthur, 34. 

— , 36. 
Riche, Edward, 27. 

Henry, 27. 

John, 27. 

Juditii = Beecher, 27. 

Margery (DoneJ, 27. 

Mary (Denham), 27. 

Thomas, 27. 

William, 27. 

— (Kelk), 27. 
Ridge, Edward, 43. 
Ridley^ 28. 
Ridley, John, 28. 
lUgdon, Thomas, 22. 
Riggee, 66. 
RiveU, 61. 
RIVELL, 61. 

Audrey (Michenar), 61. 

Catarine (Russell), 61. 

Emme, 61. 

Nicholas, 61. 

Robert^ 61. 
Rivers, 7. 
RIVERS, 7. (6^RivaES.) 

Alice, 7. 

Dorothy, 7. 

Edward, 7. 

Elizabeth (Bame), 7. 



112 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



BivBRB —omtinued, 

Elizabeth, 7. 

(George, 7. 

Heniy, 7. 

John, Sir, 7* 

Bichard, 7. 

William, 7. 
Hirete, 19. 
RIVETT, 19. 

Alice (Cotton), 19. 

Griaeld (Pagett), 19. 

James, 19. 

Joane (Kayen), 19. 

John, 9, 19. 

Mirabell = Birde, 19. 

Thomas, 19, 68. 

William, 19. 
RIVBES, 7. (iee Bmrns.) 
Robinson, Brian, 64. 

Florence (Stile), 84. 

Bobert, 84. 
Bobson, — , 64. 
Bobyns, William, 64. 

»» > 79. 

MobynsoHf 97. 
Bobynson, Frands, 1. 
Boderey, — , 87. 
Bodway, Nicholas, 60. 
Boll, Gfeorge, 44. 
JBomn^y, 88. 
BOMNEY, 88. 

Agnes = Hall, 88. 

Daniel, 88. 

Elizabeth » Weld, 88. 

Ezekiel, 88. 

Isaak, 88. 

Jeremy, 88. 

Joane = Keniston, 88. 

Joseph, 88.. 

Margaret (—P—), 88. 

Bebecca (Tailor), 88. 

Bobert, 88. 

Susanna, 88. 

William, 88. 

— , » Butt, 88. 
£099, 79. 

Bose, Nicholas, 72. 
Bosemaderos, — , 47. 
Botherham, G^rge, 94. 
Botriges, — , 66. 
Jiot ce, 6 , 
BOWE, 6. 

Elizabeth == Qarrard, 5. 

Henry, 6. 

John, 5. 

Mar^ (Gresham), 5. 

Begmald, 5. 

Bobert, 5. 

Thomas, Sir, 5, 15. 

Wniiam, 6, 47. 
Budston, Bobert, 88. 
Bussell, John, 51. 
Butter, William, 56. 
Buyse, Simon, 65. 

Saboote, Anna » Broughton, 
80. 

Elizabeth » Tarford, 80. 

Guide, 80. 
Sackvile, Bichard, 79. 
Sadler, John, 35. 
St. Cleer, 90. 



8U Ometj 92. 

Sakvile, Judith ^ Gardner, 

87. 
Salaway, Arthur, 90. 
Salkyns, 22. 
SALKYNS, 22. 

Agnes (Meade^, 22, 

Jane (Browne), 22. 

Joane (Bigdon), 22. 

John, 22. 

Margaret, 22. 

Mary = Osmond, 22. 

Bobert, 22. 

Stephen, 22. 

Thomas, 22. 

Ursula, 22. 

William, 20, 22. 
Saltonshall, Sir Bichard, 86. 
Sanderson, Isabell ( — ? — ), 80. 

Bichard, 80. 

Thomas, 80. 
Sandes, Edwyn, 25. 
Sandy, Napeur alia*, 94. 
Sanforde 60. 
8ANF0BDE, 60. 

Agnes rBonvill), 60. 

Agnes (Bodway), 60. 

Anne (— P— ), 60. 

Baldwyn, 60. 

Bartholomew, 60. 

Christopher, 60. 

Edward^ 60. 

George, 60. 

Henry, 60. 

Hugh, 60. 

James, 60. 

John, 60. 

Margfaret (Harlewyn), 60. 

Mai^ery (Bruges), 60. 

Maud (--?—). ^0- 

Bichard, 60. 

William, 60. 
Sares, 67. 
SABES, 67. 

Catarine (Chevall), 67. 

Catarine (Lovell), 67. 

Edmond, 67. 

George, 67. 

Heniy, 67. 

Humfrey, 67. 

Joane (Day), 67. 

Joane = Bushe, 67. 

Joane = Lane, 67. 

John, 67. 

Bichard, 67. 

Thomas, 67. 
Sauttderif 34. 
SAUNDERS, 34. 

Anne, 34. 

Anne (Newdigate), 34. 

Dorothy, 34. 

Dorothy (Young), 34. 

Edward, 34. 

Elizabeth, 34. 

Frands, 34. 

George, 34. 

Mary, 34. 

Thomas, 34. 

Walter, 34. 

William, 34. 
Saxy, — , 21. 
Scott, 84. 



Scott — continued. 

Catherine =s Stile, 84. 

John, 84. 

—,41. 
SearUj 90. 
SEARLE, 90. 

Alice (Lucas), 90. 

Margaret (St. Cleer), 90. 

Margaret, 90. 

MarUia = Jaryis, 90. 

Mary = Salaway, 90. 

Maudleyn = Danser, 90. 

Thomas, 90. 
Sebright, 14. 
SEBBIGHT, 14. 

Edward, 14. 

Elizabeth (Ashe), 14. 

Peter, 14. 

Walter, Sir, 14. 

William, 14. 
Sely, Bichard, 23. 
Selye, Gieorge, 56. 
Sh4ia, 77. 
SHAA, 77. 

AUce (Polev), 77. 

Edmond, Sir, 24. 

Edmundus, 77. 

Etheldreda ^ Ayloff, 77. 

John, 77. 

Juliana = Fowler, 77. 

Lora (Wentworth), 77. 

Margareta (Baynsford), 77. 

Thomas, 77. 

— (Browne), 77. 
Shawe, €k)or^, 82. 
Sheppard, Fnswold (Gardner), 

87. 
Shercombe, G^ffiry, 57. 
Sherrington, William, 19. 
Shurley, — , 56. 

Sibthorpe, Anne = Hoddcsdon, 
86. 

„ s= Maityn, 36. 
„ =s Nicholas, 36. 

Bobert, 36. 
Sipthorp — , 95. 
Skipwith, —, 87. 
Skiffmer, 86. 
SKYNNER, 86. 

Anne, 86. 

Blanch fWatson), 86. 

Elizabeili » Smyth, 86. 

John, Sir, 86. 

Julian, 86. 

Thomas, Sir, 86. 

Thomas, 86. 

— (Thome), 86. 
Slane, Henry, 18. 
Slowz, 3. 

Slowz, John, 3. 
Smarte, 61. 
Smarte, Robert, 61. 
Smith, Anne, 23. 

Dorothy, 33. 

Elizabeth, 33. 

Francis, 33. 

George, 33. 

Henry, 33. 

John, 7. 

Margaret, 33. 
Smyth, 21, 44, 69, 81. 
SMYTH, 21, 33, 44, 69. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



113 



Smyth — eontinued. 

Alice (Oaae), i4. 

Alice (Judae), 69. 

Alice, 69. 

Ambrose, 33. 

Andrew, 69. 

Anne, 81. 

Anthony, 33. 

Catarine, 69. 

Christopher, 87. 

Clement, 38. 

Dorothy (Cave), 33. 

Dorothy » Baniham, 88. 
„ =:= Pakington, 88. 

Elizabeth, 69. 

Erasmns, 33. 

Francis, 33, 87. 

Frances =» Sotherton, 80. 

George, 28. 

Henry, 69. 

Hum£rey, 44. 

Joane (Coo), 83. 

Johanna, 69. 

John, 33, 44, 46, 49, 87. 

Margaret fChreede), 21. 

Mai^aretjHamer), 21. 

Mary = Davys, 69. 

Mary (Hawes), 44. 

Nicholas, 87. 

Oliver, 68. 

Randolf, 21. 

Bichard, 21, 69. 

Bobert, 33, 69. 

Boger, 33. 

Simon, 69. 

Thomas, 21, 69. 

Ursula = Harding, 69. 

—,66. 

—,80. 
S mythe, 33 , 98. 
SMTTHE, 33 (m» Smtth). 

Thomas, Sir, 98. 
Soth erton, 80. 
SOTHERTON, 80. 

Anne (Braye), 80. 

Anne, 80. 

Catherine ^ Eliott, 80. 

Catherine, 80. 

Christopher, 80. 

Elizabeth (Cooke), 80. 

Frances (Smyth), 80. 

John, 80. 

Mary fWotton), 80. 

May, 80. 

Noti. 

Susan. 

Timothy. 

Thomas. 

Valentine. 
Sondeak, ijme, 59. 

William, 59. 
So%odeak, 59. 
SOWDEAK, 59. 

Isabell (Hutton), 59. 

William, 59. 
Sowdeake, Elizabeth (Gonter), 
59. 

George, 50. 

John, 59. 

Thomas, 59. 

William, 69. 
Spagman, John, 53. 



Speak, George, 39. 
Spencer, 33. 
Spencer, Sir John, 11. 
Spercy, Henry, 10. 

Bose (^P«)) 10. 
Stamp, Thomas, 64. 
Stanbridge, — , 30. 
Standige, Joane (Bullock), 82. 
Stanley, Mary (Bullock), 82. 
Staper, 30. 
STAPER, 30. 

Anne, 30. 

Dionise (Hewett), 30. 

Huett, 30. 

Joane, 30. 

Mary, 30. 

Ricliard, 30. 

Thomas, 30. 
Stt^leton, 92. 
Starkey, Thomas, 6. 

,, Joane (AUen), 6. 
Starky, Thomas, 3. 

„ Joane (Avenon), 3. 
Stepkyn, John, 87. 
Stidolph, Henry, 43. 

John, 43. 
Stile, 84. 
STILE, 84, 85. 

Aima (Eversfield), 84. 

Anna as Frankljrn, 84. 

Anne (MiUer), 85. 

Briget (Baldry), 84. 

Brigida ss Kempe, 84. 

Brigida, 85. 

Catibierina (Scott), 84. 

Charles, 85. 

Dorothy, 85. 

Edmond, 84, 85. 

Edmund^ 85. 

Edward, 84. 

Elizabeth (Wolston), 84. 

Elizabeth (Peryn), 84. 

Elizabeth (Alderman), 85. 

Elizabeth = ffowle, 85. 

Elizabeth « ffolks, 85. 
„ as Armine, 86. 

Elizabeth, 85. 

Florence ss Bobinson, 84. 

Francis, 85. 

Gteorge, 85. 

Gertrude (Bright^, 84. 

Grisogan (Joyner), 85. 

Hester, 85. 

Humfrey, 84, 85. 

Humfrey, Sir, 84. 

John, 84, 85. 

Margareta :x Needham, 84. 

Mai^arot ^= Carter, 85. 

Mana ss Meade, 84. 

Maiia &» Laurence, 84. 

Martha (Styled 85. 

Mary (Bemey), 84. 

Mary (Clark), 84. 

Mary, 85. 

Michael, 85. 

Nicholas, 84. 

Oliver, 84. 

Bichard, 85. 

Bobert, 85. 

Susan (Bull), 84. 

Thomas, Sir, 86. 

Thomas, 85. 



Stilb — eontinued, 
William, 84,' 85. 

— rHatchett), 85. 

— (Langham), 85. 

— (Mopyngs), 86. 

— (WrighQ, 85. 
Stoddard, 27. 
STODDABD, 27. 

Anne (Herdson), 27. 
Anne, 27. 

Emme (Cheeeeman), 27. 
G^rge, 27. 
Judi&, 27. 
Maria, 27. 
Nicholas, 27. 
Bichard, 27. 
William, 27. 

— (Eden), 27. 
Stoke, John, 19. 
Stonhouse, George, 12. 
Stonley, Bichard, 13. 
Stiiarti, John, 18. 

Style, Martha = StUe, 84. 

Oliver, 94. 

Julian (Baron), 94. 
Sudeke, John, tee Sowdeak, 59« 
Sulliard, Sir Bichard, 72. 
S utton, 77. 
SUTTON, 77. 

Elizabeth (Fishe), 77. 

Elizabeth (Tailor), 77. 

John, 77. 

Bichard, 77. 

William, 77. 

— = Altham, 77. 
Swanne, Eleanor (Dane), 10. 

John, 10. 
Swanson, — , 92. 
Swaynes, — , 76. 
Swift, Anne, 34. 

Catarine (Holme), 34. 

Catarine, 34. 

Elizabeth, 34. 

Garrett, 84. 

Jane, 34. 

Jasper, 34. 
Swinnerton, 93. 
Swinnerton, Henry, 93. 

Maria (Le Maire), 93. 
Symonds, Alice = Gamadge, 
14. 

Thomas, 66. 
SyoU, German, 16. 

Cecily (Grediam), 15. 

Tailer, Bobert, 88. 

Tailor, Elizabeth (Sutton), 77. 

Tarte, — , 42. 
Tasker, Miles, 34. 
Taylor, Elizabeth (Hutton), 
88. 

John, 50. 

Bebecca » Bomney, 88. 

Bobert, 88. 
Tedeaatle, 73. 
TEDCASTLE, 73. 

EHzabeth (May), 73. 

John, 73. 
Tedwaye, Thomas, 20. 
Tholmud, — , 82. 
Thomas, Bicha^ 81. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Thompson, Nicholas, 74. 
Thcnnson, — , 66. 
ThoTMj 86. 

-^ = Skynner, 86. 
ThTOgmorton, Anthony, 30. 
Thronyton, Robert, 74. 
Thwaitesj 97. 
Thwaites, William, 97. 
Thwayt€s, 72. 
THWAYTES, 72. 

Frances ss Qresham, 16. 

Thomas, 72. 

William, 72. 
Tiderleiah, 78. 
Tiderleigh, Robert, 79. 
Tillestoorth, 21,22. 
Tillesworth, Henry, 20. 
Tilsworth, William, 6. 
Toppesfeild, Henry, 41. 
Townes, — , 23. 
Townrowe, William, 28. 
Trafford, — , 11. 
Trappea^ 21. 
TRAPPES, 21. 

Andrew, 21. 

Anna (Bnmham), 21. 

Dorothy (Browne), 21. 

Dorothy = Atkinson, 21. 
„ = Pie, 21. 

Frances TBawde), 21. 

Frances (Haile), 21. 

Frances, 21. 

Frands, 21. 

Giles, 21. 

Joane (Crippes), 21. 

Joane, 21. 

Joyce = Saxby, 21. 
„ = Frankelyn, 21. 

Mary, 21. 

Philip ^ Gifford, 21. 

Rafa, 21. 

RobOTt, 20, 21. 

Roger, 21. 

Rowland, 21. 
Troves, 12. 
Trayes, Richard, 12. 

Margaret »» Blanck, 12. 
Trent, Morrice, 78. 
TretweU, 92. 
TRESWELL, 92. 

Andrew, 92. 

Anne ^Galthrop^ 92. 

Anne (Ghidbiiry), 92. 

Anne, 92. 

Ann, 92. 

Cedly, 92. 

Christopher, 92. 

Cicely (Cresley), 92. 

Elizabeth (Swanaon), 92. 

Elizabeth, 92. 

Francis, 92. 

Hugh, 92. 

Joane (Carter), 92. 

Joane *> Dybianke, 92. 

John, 92. 

Joyce, 92. 

Lucia, 92. 

Margaret (Bury), 92. 

Margaret (Langley), 92. 

Mai^ery (Price), 92. 

Mary (CasUe), 92. 

Mary, 92. 



Trbswbll — continued. 
Nicholas, 92. 
Radulphns, 92. 
Rafe, 92. 
Richard, 92. 
Robert, 92. 
Susan (Lyons), 92. 
Susan (Peterson), 92. 
Susan, 92. 
William, 92. 

— (Jones), 92. 
Treswell, aliaa Baker, 92. 
Triafiy 93. 

Trian, Sara = Le Maire, 93. 

Peter, 93. 
Trott^ John, 1. 

-.41. 
Twik, 38. 
TUCK, 38. 

Cecily (Eempe), 38. 

Clare as Moore, 38. 

Clare, 38. 

Francis, 38. 

John, 38. 

Margaret ^ Odyon, 38. 

Mary (Bennett), 38. 

Mary, 38. 

Nicholas, 38. 

Rafe, 88. 

Richard, 38. 

Thomas, 38. 

— (Goldwell), 38. 

— (Walworth), 38. 
Turileet, 72. 
TITRFLEET, 72. 
TurvUndL 49. 

Tumbull, Joane == Lucar, 49. 

Thomas, 49, 50. 
Turner, John, 1. 
Turpilli, 1. 
Tyrrell, — , 79. 

Underwood, John, 13. 

Margaret (Haryy), 13. 
UrtwidG^ 4. 
Uvedall, Mary (Branche), 13. 

William, 13. 

Yander Dilst, Cornelius, 62. 

Gertrude ss Browne, 62. 
Vuihoidt, John, 22. 
VavawTy 64. 

Vavasor, Elizabeth « Warner, 
64. 

Justice, 64. 
Veale, — , 47. 

Margaret (Brett), 47. 
Vere, — , 17. 
Vernon, 97. 

Villett alias Violet, 73. 
VILLETT, aliae VIOLET, 
73. 

Henry, 73. 
Violet, eee Villbtt, 73. 
Vrswick, — , 4. 
Vuedall, William, 15. 

Waade, 98. 

Waade, Sir William, 98. 

Wade, Armiger, 51. 

Anne (Marbuiy), 51. 
Wadnall, Mary (Partridge), 37. 



Wadnall — continued. 

Thomas, 37. 
Wakelyn, — ,10. 
Waldron, — , 26. 
JValkeden, 18. 
WALKEDEN, 18, 

Anne (Huchyns), 18. 

Anne, 18. 

Geflfrey, 18. 

Joane (Slane), 18. 

John, 18. 

Margaret (Loker), 18. 

Margery « Bayliff, 18. 

Robert, 18. 

Samson, 18. 

Thomas, 18. 

William, 18. 
Walkope, Sir George, 96. 
Wall, Fowke, 46. 

Elizabeth = Hodgeson, 46. 
Waller, Thomas, 86. 
Walton, 57. 
WALTON, 57. 

Alexander, 57. 

Andrew, 57. 

Blanch (Watson), 57. 

Dunstan, 57. 

Elizabeth (Longe), 57. 

Francis, 57. 

Henry, 67. 

Jane = Shercome, 57. 

Joane (Lee), 57. 

John, 57. 

Richard, 57. 

Robert, 57. 

Thomas, 57. 

William, 57. 
Walworth, — , 38. 
Wanton, 62. 
WANTON, 62. 

Catarine =» Bodman, 62. 

Joane (Lazton), 62. 

John, 62. 

Martha, 62. 

Mary (Ramsey), 62. 

Mary «= Farrar, 62. 

Nicholas, 62. 

Thomas, 62. 

William, 62. 
Ward, Rowley, 83. 
Warder, John, 68. 
Warner, 64. 
WARNER, 64. 

Anne (Robyns), 64. 

EUzabeth (Meredith), 64. 

Elizabeth (Vavasor), 64. 

Elizabeth » Bearde, 64. 

Elizabeth =^ Stamp, 64. 

John, 64. 

Julian (Greene), 64. 

Marke, 64. 

Robert, 64. 

Thomasin (Browne), 64. 

William, 64. 

— , 45, 52. 
WARREN, 8. 

Elizabeth (Haward), 8. 

Henry, 8. 

Joane as Williams alias 
Cromwell, 8. 

Joane, 8. ; 

Oliver, 8. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



115 



Wauii£N — continued, 

Hafe, Sir, 8. 

Richard, 8. 

Robert, 8. 
Waakingt<m^ 93. 
IFoBW, 40. 
WASSE, 40. 

Gatarine (Hampden), 40. 

Clare (Welles), 40. 

Christopher, 40. 

Elizabeth bs Harison, 40. 

John, 40. 

Margaret (Holte), 40. 
Wattneysy 35. 

Margaret =s Bohun, 3d. 

Thomas, 35. 
WataoHy 3, 86. 
Watson, William, 57, 86. 

-,3. 
Wattes, John, 7. 
Wa^er, 68. 
WATER, 63. 

Anne, 63. 

Bethsaba (Cortes), 63. 

Bethsaba, 63. 

Elizabeth, 63. 

Isack, 63. 

Jacob, 63. 

Richard, 63. 

Susan, 63. 

Thomas, 63. 

— (Bluett), 63. 
Wayre al*s Wayere, 63. 
Wayre, Thomas, 63. 
Wea ver^ 35. 
WEAVER, 35. 

Alice rAnton), 35. 

Anne (Delabere), 35. 

Anne, 35. 

Cataiine, 35. 

EUen (Sadler), 35. 

Ellen, 35. 

George, 35. 

Griff, 35. 

Griffith, 35. 

Henry, 35. 

Hugh, 35. 

Jame^ 35. 

Jane (Apleby), 35. 

Jenkin, 85. , 

Joane (Bohun), 35. 

John, 85. 

Margaret (WishAm^, 35. 

Margarett (Nanton), 35. 

Mauld (BurghiU), 35. 

Thomas, 85. 

Walter, 85. 
Webb, William, 4. 
Webbe, Richard, 36. 
Wiling, 98. 
Wedgwood, John, 17. 
Weekes, AHce (KeUy), 76. 

Joane :» Haydon, 78. 

Richard, 78. 
Welbeck, — , 17. 
Weld, 91. 
WELD, 91. 

Dorothy (Greswold), 91. 

Dorothy, 91. 

Elizabeth, 91. 

Joan, 91. 
John, 88, 91. 



WeUes, — , 40. 
Wentworth, Roger, 77. 

Roger, Sir, 59. 
Wheeler, Judith (Lowe), 76. 
WhettiU, 46. 

Whettill, Alice = Kirkeby, 46. 
Whinyard, Bridgett, 52. 
White, 2. 
WHITE, 2. 
Elizabeth, 2. 
Henry, 62. 
Joane (Lake), 8. 
John, Sir, 2, 64. 
Robert, 2. 
Thomas, Sir, 8. 
Whitney, Nicholas, 42. 
Whitton, Frands, 90. 
Wilford, Thomas, 7. 

-, 4L 
Wilkinson, 13. 

Wilkinson, Joane =» Branche, 
13. 
John, 13. 
Wilkynson, 57. 
WYLKYNSON, 57. 
Agnes fAmpcotts), 57. 
Anne (ulynne), 57. 
Christopher, 57. 
Gilbert, 57. 
Jane (Gilberd), 57. 
John, 57. 
Martha, 57. 
Mary ss Davy, 57. 
Olive =a Grave, 57. 
Peter, 57. 
Richiud, 57. 
Thomas, 57. 
Williams aliae Cromwell, 8. 
Williams, John, 53. 

— , 80. 
Winter, — , 65, 
Wisham, Sir Richard, 35. 
Wison, Thomas, 65. 
Withe, 92. 

Withers, Francis, 61. 
Withipole, 49. 
Withipole, Elisabeth =» Lucar, 
49. 
Faule, 49. 
Witton, 53. 
WITTON, 53. 
Alexander, 53. 
Anne (Greene), 53. 
Anne, 53. 
Catanne, 53. 
Christopher, 53. 
Dorothy, 53. 
Edward, 53. 
Elizabeth, 53. 
HeUen (Ridley), 53. 
Joane (Bentley), 53. 
John, 53. 
Martha, 53. 
Oliver, 53. 
Thomas, 53. 
William, 53. 
Wodroff, 12. 
WODROFF, 12. 
Bii^tt (Draper), 12. 
Christopher, 12. 
David, 12, 29. 
Elizabeth (Hill), 12. 



WoDROPF — eontinued, 

Elizabeth »■ Stonhouse, 12. 

Grace as Baynes, 12. 

Grisild (Kyrton), 12. 

Jane, 12. 

Margaret =« Pargitor, 12. 

Mary, 12. 

Nicholas, 12. 

Robert, 12. 

Stephen, 4, 12. 
WoUton, 84. 
Wolston, Sir Guy, 84. 

Elizabeth === StUe, 84. 

Margaret = Sabcote, 84. 
Wolvedon, John, 16. 
Wood, Catarine (Wyndham), 
78. 

Richard, 78. 

Thomas, 95. 

— (Copleston), 78, 
Wooddis, — , 23, 
WoodeeoH, 60. 

Elizabeth = Benne, 60. 

Reffinold, 60. 
Woodgate, Edward, 53; 
Woodland, — , 37. 
Woore, 71. 
WOORE, 71. 

Richard, 71. 
Wotton, — , 80. 
Wright, — [Bishop of Cov't.], 
85. 

Richard, 94. 
Wyelif, n, 
WYCLIFF, 71. 
Wyndham, Hugh, 96. 

John, 78. 

Yardley, Bartholomew, 43. 

Charity, 43. 

Elizabeth, 43. 

Grace, 43. 

John, 43. 

Richard, 43. 
Telverton, Christopher, 87. 
YORKE, 81. 

Aubrey, 81. 

Edmond, 81. 

Richard, Sir, 81. 
York, Anne (Smith), 81. 

Edward, 81. 

Edward, Sir, 81. 

Elizabeth (Engleby), 81. 

Henry, 81. 

John, Sir, 81. 

Margarett «» Frobisher, 81. 

Mary (Norton), 81. 

Peter, 81. 

Richfl[rd,8L 

Roland, 81. 

Thomas, 81. 

William, 81. 
YOUNG, 70. 

Anne (Perivs), 70. 

Anne sa Hinton, 70. 

Charles, 83. 

Dorothy = Manwaring, 70. 

Dorothy = Halton, 34. 
„ ss Saunders, 34. 

Elizabeth = Cowper, 82. 

Francis, 70. 

Humfrey, jO, 

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James, 70. 
Joane (Crosion), 70. 
John, 34, 70, 82. 



YouKO — continued, 
ll&rgery = Dickons, 70. 
Hichord, 70. 



Young — continued^ 

— (CarusJ, 83. 
Young«, Boberti^ 89. 



INDEX OF PLACES OTHER THAN LONDON MENTIONED 

IN THIS VI8ITACI0N. 



Abingdon, 61. 
Abredge, JBssex, 45. 
Acton jBomell, Salop, 95. 
Aldington, Surrey, 8. 
AdxDgton, Northi. 17. 
Adyston, Northt. 86. 
Albans, St., 92. 
Aldershot, Hants, 2. 
Althorp, line. 6. 
Andeiton, 59. 
Apland, W. 53. 
AstweU, Northt. 1. 
Avenings, Glouc. 88. 
Ayenon, Bucks, 64. 
Ajott Montfichett, 77. 

Balsome, Gamb. 82. 
Bardfield, Essex, 95. 
Barking, Essex, 31, 87. 
Basing, 89. 
Bath, 66, 

Beaoonsaeld, Bucks, 20, 86. 
Bechington, Bucks, 58. 
Beckenham, Kent, 84. 
Belton, Line. 30. 
Billesley, Warr. 52. 
Bilston, Staff. 10. 
Bishops Auckland, Dundm. 

67. 
Blackford, Norff. 15. 
Blakeshall, Wigozn. 14. 
Blore, Staff. 55. 
Blurton, Staff. 55. 
Boughton, Flint, 11. 
Bowood, 78. 
Boxted, Sttff. 77. 
Bradman, E. Northt. 32. 
Bramston, Suff. 9. 
Bramstone, Northt. 17, 55. 
Bretaignes, Essex, 77. 
Bridgnorth, 18. 
Brigstock, Northt. 94. 
Bristoll, 27, 55, 62, 82. 
Buckingham, 22, 95. 
Burnt Broughton, 75. 
Burton, 95. 
Bury, 30. 

Cadhey, 79. 
Camberwell, 4, 41, 79. 
Cambridge, 85. 



Canons Ashby, Northt. 86. 
Canterbury, 22. 
Capel, Surr. 88. 
Carleton, Bedf. 20. 
Carlisle, Cumb. 23. 
Cassolton, Surr. 41. 
Catchmade, Glouc. 38. 
Chagford, Com. 49. 
Ghamee, Staff. 70. 
Chehnsford, 37. 
Gheping Wickham, Bucks, 

72. 
Gheriburton, Ebor. 63. 
Chichester, 83 
Chichley, Bucks, 1. 
Chigwell, Essex, 88. 
Chippenham, Gamb. 19. 
Goddam, Essex, 59. 
Codington, Cestr. 34. 
Colchester, 82, 90. 
Colompton, 60. 
Corby, Line. 32, 74. 
Cossam, Wilts, 46. 
Coventry, Warr. 5, 28. 
Coytiff, Glamor. 14. 
Gradley, Salop, 46. 
Granbrook, Kant, 70. 
Creting, W. Suff. 15. 
Cromer, 80. 
Croxall, Derb. 63. 
Croydon, Surr. 9. 
Cunder, Salop, 95. 

Dalton Haye, Ebor. 44. 
Debnham, Suff. 2. 
Deneland, 89. 
Desborow, Northt 17. 
Donyyord, Som's. 26. 
Domaston, 13. 
Domey, Bucks, 5. 
Drinkeston, Suff. 9, 

Eaton, Cestr. 91. 
Eatonbridge, Kant, 68. 
Edge, Cestr. 22. 
Edgeworth, 36. 
EduU, Staff. 77. 
Edmondsbury, St., Suff. 25, 27. 
Enfield, Midd. 91. 
„ Staff. 56. 
Epforde, 78. 



Exton, 11. 

Farrington, Lane 48. 
Flamberds, Essex, 64. 
Flaxyard, Cestr. 27. 
Flemminges, Essex, 72. 
Flintham, Notts, 4. 
Flixton, Suff. 30. 
Fox Graye, Kant, 8. 
Fulham, Midd. 91. 

Gissing, Norff. 30. 
Glase, Salop, 28. 
Goldhanger, Essex, 57. 
Goodmanchester, Hunt. 90. 
Gresham, Norff. 15. 
Groye Place, Bucks, 9. 
Guildford, Surr. 6, 12. 
Gurleston, 29. 

Hackney, 29. 
Hacton, Essex, 72. 
Hadham, Hunt. 82. 
Halingbery, Little, Essex, 95. 
Ham, Som*s. 57. 
Hampton-Loyett, Wigom. 2. 
Hanbury, Wigom. 66. 
Hannington, Northt. 93. 
Harfield, Midd. 34. 
Haring, Midd. 64. 
Harington, Northt. 34. 
Hartloo, Cumb. 63. 
Hartford, Hunt. 90. 
Haryerton, 61. 
Haaellwood, Ebor. 71. 
Hatley, E. Gamb. 82. 
Henbury, 68. 
Henley-on-Thames, 77. 
Herstmondeux, Surr. 79. 
Uinchinebrok, Hunt. 8. 
Hodsdon, Herts, 36. 
Hollingbum, Eant^ 88. 
Horley, Surr. 83. 
Hombey, Ebor. 33. 
Homdon-on-Hill, Essex, 77. 
Horsham, Surr. 67. 
Horton, 24. 
Hoult, Norff. 15. 
Hoxon, Suff. 85. 
Huby, Ebor. 96. 
Huntington, 37. 



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Himwike Dnnelin. 67. 

Dfoide, 31. 
Ingleton, Staff. 52. 
Ipswich, 28. 
Ireland, 82. 
Islington, 36. 

Kednape, Lane 62. 
Kellingesbery, Northi. 51. 
Kendall, Ebor. 66. 
Kings iBnglBjj Herts, 92. 
Kings Nefwenham, Warr. 11. 
Kirkeby Lonsdale, 43. 
Kirkby-in-Londesdale, 54. 
Kirkeby, Ebor. 46. 
Kirton, Lane 26. 
Klent, Staff. 10. 
Knaresborough, 21. 

Lanwade, Camb. 19. 
Leighton, Salop^ 7. 
Lichfield, 65. 
Lid^te, Snff. 23. 
Lidmgton, Butl. 3. 
Lizenes, Kant, 66. 
Long Melford, Suff. 2. 
Ijoynh, Line. 23. 

Madeley, Salop, 66. 
Markeaton, 24. 
Marston, Beds, 27. 
Mortyn, Norff. 30. 
Milverton, Som's. 60. 
Monmouth, 38. 
Mortlake, Sorr. 93. 
Mottrell, 23. 
Mountneflsing, Essex, 85. 
Mnscleborongh, 23. 

Needham, Suff. 19. 
Nether Stowford, 78. 
NewcasUe-nnder-Lyne, 18. 
Newton, Derb. 10. 
Northampton, 47, 51. 
Northaste, 29. 
Norton, Ebor. 47. 
Norwich, 28, 80. 
Nottingham, 75. 

Odyham, 89. 
Osoaston, Leic. 36. 



Osgodby, Line. 85. 
Osworth, Dnnelm. 61. 
Oubom, 21. 
Overton, Ebor. 96. 

Peckham, W., 85. 
Perkenham, Snff. 9. 
Pever, Cestr. 70. 
Pitealey, 17. 
Plymouth, 90. 
Powlton, 22, 
Prestene, Heref. 35. 

Badnock, 35. 
Batsdale, Lane. 21. 
Bayleigh, Essex, 62. 
Beading, 14. 

Beedham, Norff. 59, 84. . 
Bicott, Oxon. 32, 77. 
Bidley, 28. 
Boohester, 85. 
Bomford, Essex, 20. 
Bomsey, Hants, 27. 
Botherfield, Surr. 70, 85. 
Bundington, Notf . 75. 
Rye, 49. 

Safiron Walden, Essox, 42, 60, 

86, 94. 
Sandwich, 74. 
Sebright*8 Hall, Essex, 14. 
Shawell, Leic 11. 
Shelford, Camb. 80. 
Shorn, Kant, 30. 
Shrawley, Wigan, 54. 
Sittingboume, Kant, 5. 
Skelton, Ebor. 71. 
Skipton-in-Crayen, Ebor. 50. 
SolihuU, Warr. 91. 
Somerson, Suff. 39. 
Southampton, 28, 44. 
Southwick, Hant'. 88. 
Stamford Bivers, Essex, 80. 
Stansted, Herts, 93. 
Stapleford, Nott*. 31. 
Stechworth, Suff. 23. 
Stevenson, Devon, 44. 
Stone, Herts, 18. 
Stone, Staff. 18. 
Stonely, Warr. 11, 36. 
Stortfozd, Herts, 10. 
Stowe Market, Suff. 19. 



Stradbroke, Suff. 58. 
Streiehtley, 89. 
Strochley, 56. 
Strowd, Midd. 64. 
Stubley, Lane. 66. 
Suythall, Ebor. 40. 

Tamworth, Warr. 28. 
Tanton, 42. 
Tatredge, Herts, 59. 
Tedbury, Gloue. 88. 
Thackstod, Essex, 81. 
Thistleworth, Midd. 82. 
Thornton, Ebor. 54. 
Tiderleigh, 79. 
Title, Ebor. 67. 
Tourley, Lane. 52. 
Trerise, Comub. 16. 
Tring, Bucks, 49. 
Twickenham, 37. 

Uplumnon, Devon, 22. 

Wadeley, Salop, 28. 
Walberry, Suit. 83. 
Walcott, Oxon, 62. 
WaUingford, Buclo, 39. 
Walwaaher, Kant, 85. 
Wamam, Suss. 50. 
Welford, Northt. 34. 
Wencle-in-IVestbury, Ces. 94. 
Wesenham, Norff. 14. 
Westchester, 70. 
Westerham, Kent, 85. 
Wickham, Budcs, 40. 
Windsor, 3L 
Wingfield, Suff. 85. 
Winkyll, Line. 40. 
Winstanton, Devon, 47. 
Wolerton, Salop, 11. 
Wolsingham, C^str. 67. 
Wolveraon, Comub. 16. 
Worcester, 4^. 
Wormley, Herts, 60. 
Wormleyton, 11. 
Wrinehm, Cestr. 17. 
Wye, 38. 

Yarmouth, 83. 
York, 26, 81. 
Yowley, Cestr. 68. 



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FOREIGN PLACES MENTIONED IN THE VISITACION. 



Antwerp, 13, 22. 
Barbadoes, 85. 
Boulogne, 84. 
Brussedls, 82. 



Calais, 52. 
Cologne, 43. 
Holland, 62. 
Bottradam, 85. 



Toumay, 93. 
VaUadolid, 66. 
Venice, 74. 



118 



WHEN THE COUNTY ONLY IS MENTIONED. 



Bedfordshire, 70, 81, 84. 
BnckinghamBhire, 36, 90. 
Cambriageahire, 86. 
Cheshire, 88. 
Cornwall, 16, 70. 
Cumberland, 69, 67. 
Derbyshire, 10. 
Devonshire, 26. 
Durham, 96. 
Essex, 4, 9, 10, 31, 43, 46, 46, 

47, 67, 61, 74, 79, 94, 96. 
Hampshire, 16, 40. 
Hereiordshire, 36, 40. 
Hertfordshire, 17, 36, 61, 84, 

87. 



Huntingdonfihire, 68, 76, 92. 

Isle of Wight, 6, 67. 

Kent, 6, 22, 38, 46, 60, 63, 73, 

82, 90. 
Lancashire, 47, 69. 
LeicesteiBhu:e, 33, 71. 
Lincolnshire, 11, 21, 23, 24, 26, 

43, 66, 76, 87. 
Monmouthshire, 87. 
Norfolk, 13. 
Northamptonahire, 16, 17, 30, 

32. 
Northumberland, 23, 63. 
Oxfordshire, 8. 



Shropshire, 4, 26, 28, 36, 39, 

70, 94. 
Somersetshire, 11, 39, 44. 
Staffordshire, 10, 13, 20, 43, 68, 

87. 
Suffolk, 22, 27, 68. 
Surrey, 66. 

Sussex, 23, 37, 39, 72, 84, 88. 
Warwickshire, 39, 47, 68, 83, 

84 87. 
Wiltehiro, 21, 68. 
Worcestershire, 3, 34. 
Yorkshire, 6, 16, 17, 23, 31, 46, 

60, 64, 72, 76, 81, 96. 



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Edwin Pdrves RoFBB-CirRZOM, Upper Sheen Houae, Mortlake, S-W. 

The Hon. Henry Roper-Cubzoh \ViM-Prttiiitnl), 47, Argylo Road, Eensinglon. 

The Hon. Sidney C. Roper-Curion, Upper Shcan House, Mortlake, S.W. 

R. t^ LoNowoRTH Dames, U.A., 32, Upper Mount Street, Dublin. 

John Davidson (O/undl), 14, 8L George a Place, Hyde Park Ctuner. 

HoBBRT Davies, F.8.A. (OiitMciI), The Mount, York. 

Gordon Dayman, St OilesB, Oxford. 

RoBBBT DowHAN, ' Monchoeter Guardian ' Office, Uanchestar. 

Henry Holhan Drake, LL.D., St. Austell. Cornwall. 

The Rev. The Coubt Dawbok-Dupfibld, LL.D., Sephton Rectory, LiverpooL 

Sir Gbobqb F. DucKBTT, Bart.. F.8.A. (riM-iVM,'4'H(). Fungfoaa HaU, York. 

The Rev. Hbnry T. Ellacomb, M.A., Clyst St. George Rectory, Topsham, Devon. 



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Wm. Smith Ellis, Hydocroft, Oliarlwood, Surroy. 

Dudley Caky Klwek, F.S.A., South Berated^ Bognor. 

Thomas Falconer, one of the Judges of the County Courts, Usk, Monmouthfihire. 

J. G. Fanshawe, Board of Trade, Whitehall. 

William Fennell, Wakefield. 

John Fbthbrston, Junr., F.S.A., Packwood, Hockley Heath, Birmingham. 

George Fitzwilliams, New York, U.S.A. 

Edward Fitzwilliams, Philadelphia, U.S.A. 

John Ribton Garstin, 21, Upper Merrion Street, Dublin. 

Granville Leybson Gower, F.S.A. {Cowicit)^ Titsey Park, Gtxlstone. 

Henry Sydney Grazebkook, Stourbridge, WorceBtershire. 

The Rev. Henry Thomas Griffith, B.A., North Wal^iaw, Norfolk. 

Gordon Gyll, Remenham House, Wr^sbury, Staines. 

Edward Hailstone, F.S.A., Horton Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire. 

The Rev. H. F. Hall, M.A., High Legh, Knutsford, Cheshire. 

William Henry Hart, F.S.A., The White House, St. Peter's Lane, Canterbury. 

Lady Frances Vernon-Harcoubt, The Homme, Weobly. 

William Harvey, Harrold Hall, Bedford. 

The Rev. Samuel Hayman, M.A. {Couneit)^ The Rectory, Doneraile, Ireland. 

Lady Hbathcotb, Hursley Park, Winchester. 

Thomas Hblsby, 41, Princess Street, Manchester. 

Robert Henderson, Bell House, Pitminster, Taunton. 

John Hirst, jun., Bobcross, Saddleworth. 

The Rev. C. W. Holbbch, Famborough, Banbury. 

D. D. HoPKYNS, F.S.A., Weycliffe, St. Catherine's, near Guildford. 

Joseph Jackson Howard, LL D., F.S.A. {Hon. Treaa.), 3, Dartmouth Row, 

Blackheath, S.E. 
Rev. Edmund Jbrmyn, B.A., Nettlecombe Rectory, Taunton. 
Joseph Jones, Abberley Hall, Stourport. 

W. Stavenhaoen Jones, 2, Verulam Buildings, Gray's Inn, W.C. 
Edward B. Jupp, F.S.A., Carpenters* Hall, London Wall, E.C. 

C. T. Lane, 3, Lombard Court, Lombard Street, London. 
Arthur Larken, 53, Manchester Street, Manchester Square, W. 

The Rev. F. G. Lee, D.C.L., F.S.A., 6, Lambeth Terrace, London, S.W. 

Mrs. Littlbdale, 19, Queen's Gate Gardens, South Kensington. 

Ben. Lockwood, Huddersfield. 

William H. Dyer Lonostaffe, F.S.A., Gateshead. 

John Maclean, F.S.A. {Council)^ Pallingswick Lodge, Hammersmith, W. 

Silvanus J. Macy, 21, West 47th Street, New York, U.S.A. 

The Duke of Manchester {President), 1, Great Stanhope Street, W. 

George W. Marshall, L.L.M. ((7ow<^'^,Weacombe House, BicknoUer, Taunton. 

Bernulp de Clboo Mattinson, Oldham. 

Walter C. Metcalfe, Epping, Essex. 

Captain R. Molbsworth, High Logh, Knutsford. 

The Right Hon. Lord lAojiBo-siViee-Presidetit), Gatton Park, Reigate. 

Thomas H. Montgomery, 400, Walnut Street^ Philadelphia, U.S. A. 

Edward Morton, The Villa, Malton, Yorkshire. 

George Murray, Hartford House, Wemeth, Oldham. 

Captain W. Newsomb, R.E., Gbiivesend. 

John Gouoh Nichols, F.S.A., 25, Parliament Street, S.W. 

Willlam John O'Donnavan, LL.D., M.R.I.A., Foxcroft House, Portarlington. 

Evan Ortnbr, 3, St. James's Street, S.W. 

Fredbric Ouvry, F.S.A., 12, Queen Anne Street, Cavendish Square. 

The Rev. Fielding Palmer, Eastcliff, Chepstow. 

The Rev. J. T. Parkinson, D.C.L., F.S.A., Ravcndale, Grimsby. 

Daniel Pabsons, Stuarts Lodge, Malvern. 

D. Williams Patebson, Newark Valley, New York, U.S.A. 
Edward Pbacock, F.S.A., Bottesford Manor, Brigg, Lincolnshire. 
Rev. A. J. Pbarman, Rainham Vicarage, Sittingboume. 
Lemuel Pope, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S. A. 

Sir Joseph Radcliffe, Bart. ( Vice-Fresideat), Rudding Park, Wetherby. 
The Rev. Canon Rainb, York. 



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ALiXAjmBR RirrtoTOTJ, 27, Cleveland Oardeiu, Hyde PhtIe, W. 

The Bev. C. J. Robikron, U.A. [Oouneir), Norton Canon Vicarage, Weobly. 

The Rev, Edwakd Rooiiu, M.A., Blachford, Ivy Bridge, Dovon. 

The Royal Libeaek, "Windsor CmOo, 

Jinv. Da TIB RoYCK, The Vicarage, Lower Swell, 9tow-on-the-Wold. 

The DuKB or Rutland, K.O., Belvoir Castle, Orantham. 

EviLTN Philip Shiolby, F,8,A. (Viee-Prendenl), Lower Eatington Park, Sbat- 

ford-on-AvoQ. 
JoHK Syzu, M.D., F.S.A., Doncnslcr. 

RsT. H. H. MAiHWARiNa Sladin, M.A., F.R.G.8., Alton Bemen, Haribofongh. 
J. 8. SHALLriBLD, 32, Univemty 6tn>et, W.C. 

Wbntworth Stuboeoh {CowitiC), '2fi, Olouceeter Place. Portman Sqnam. 
Mim Cakuldii C. Thatbb, Boet«a, U.S.A. 
T. G. TouKiNB, Groat Onscbuni, York. 
Gkoboi D. ToHLiNfiUH, Hiidderv&elil. 
HsMni Treheuns, Latymer Hoiue, Brook Green, W. 
Wm. Hraav Tubnbh, 8, Turl atreet, Oxford. 
J. R. Daxibl Tysben, F.S.A., 9, Lower Rock GAfdenn. Brighton. 
Philip Twkllb, M.A,, Chase Side House, £nSold. 

S(B Hbkkt Vavabouh, Bart. (Vise- Praiitini), Hollon HalL Haleewoith. 
R. E. EOEttTOM-WAHBtHTOS (riffl-ft-MrrfeHr), Arloy Hall, Northwich. 
Edhons CHBBTgR Waibkb, llpton Park, Pool* 
Rev. jAMBi Wbhb, M.A., Clifton, BrighouBe. 

Lieut. -Colonel Wbbton, Huntoratone Houbo, West Kilbride, Aynhire. 
William H. WHtTBonx, Boston, U.S.A. 
Hiia Williams, Orclisrd Wyndham, Taunt on. 
Rev. Edwahd Wiltoh, West Lavington, Dcvjxes. 
R. H. Wood, F.3.A., CrumpBall, Mancheirtet. 



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